The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has awarded Academic All-America honors to both the Crusader men's swimming and diving team and the Crusader women's swimming and diving team for the fall semester.
Valparaiso University had a total of six swimmers and divers selected to the Mid-Continent Conference Second Team following the completion of the league championships this past weekend.
Valparaiso set two more school records and recorded three second place finishes on the final day of the Mid-Continent Conference Swimming and Diving Championships held Saturday in Indianapolis, Ind.
The Crusaders 800 freestyle relay ended the second day of competition at the Mid-Continent Conference Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. shattering the school record on the way to a runner-up finish in the event.
Valparaiso opened the 2007 Mid-Continent Conference Swimming and Diving Championships in impressive fashion on Thursday evening as the 200 freestyle record set a new school mark in the day's opening event.
Valparaiso ended the dual meet portion of the schedule on Senior Day with a 147-94 defeat at the hands of UIC on Saturday afternoon at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Valparaiso wrapped up the road portion of its dual meet season on Saturday afternoon, dropping a 138-94 decision to Eastern Illinois in Charleston, Ill.
Valparaiso dropped all three decisions at a triple-dual meet on Wednesday morning in Saint Louis, Mo.
Valparaiso posted a 116-98 victory over IUPUI on Tuesday evening in Saint Louis, Mo. but the Crusaders dropped contests against Saint Louis and Centenary as part of a triple-dual meet.
Valparaiso set two more school records in the final two events of the day on Saturday on the way to a fifth place finish to conclude the House of Champions Invitational in Indianapolis, Ind.
A new school record was set as Valparaiso finished day one at the House of Champions Invitational on Friday evening in fourth place out of six teams in Indianapolis, Ind.
Valparaiso traveled to Macomb, Ill. on Saturday afternoon for a dual meet with Western Illinois, but the Westerwinds were too much for the Crusaders, defeating the Brown and Gold 193-92.
Valparaiso took to the pool for a pair of meets on Saturday, but the Crusaders dropped both against UW-Green Bay and UW-Milwaukee at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Valparaiso posted its second victory of the young season on Saturday afternoon as the Crusaders defeated future Horizon League foe Cleveland State 113-110 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Valparaiso posted eight event victories on Friday evening in the Crusaders' home opener, but it was not enough as Xavier (Ohio) defeated the Brown and Gold 157-123.
Valparaiso kicked off its dual meet season on Sunday defeating Butler but falling to Saint Louis and Evansville in quadrangular action in Carmel, Ind.
Valparaiso dove into the pool for the first time in the 2006-2007 season on Friday evening and finished in sixth place at the Dennis Stark Relays in Notre Dame, Ind.
As the 2006-2007 women's swimming and diving season gets underway at Valparaiso University, youth is the story of the year. Third year head coach Bryan Morrison returns just four individuals from last year's squad which went 1-11 overall in dual meets and finished in seventh place in the Mid-Continent Conference.
The Valparaiso University swimming and diving teams will compete at home in the Athletics-Recreation Center four times in 2006-2007 as head coach Bryan Morrison announced the season's schedule.
The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has awarded Academic All-America honors to both the Crusader men's swimming and diving team and the Crusader women's swimming and diving team for the spring semester.