Friday, March 06, 2009
The Calvin women’s swimming and diving team will be sending 11 athletes to the upcoming NCAA III Championships scheduled to be held at the University of Minnesota March 18-21. Competing for Calvin in swimming events will be seniors Cara Van Woerkom and Julie Wolfe, juniors Maggie Vail, Emily Roberts, Laura Price and Libby Veldkamp and sophomores Kendra Kinzer and Monica Bressler. Competing for Calvin in the diving competition will be seniors Erica Deur and Jeena Velzen and junior Casey Herman.
Thursday, March 05, 2009
For the second consecutive year the Calvin women’s swimming and diving team have landed seven individuals on the All-MIAA women’s swimming and diving team. The total matches the highest number of All-MIAA selections in Calvin women’s swimming and diving history with the Knights also accomplishing the feat in 2001.
Named to the All-MIAA team from Calvin are seniors Erica Deur, Cara Van Woerkom and Julie Wolfe, juniors Emily Roberts, Maggie Vail and Laura Price and sophomore Monica Bressler.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
The Calvin Sports Information Department caught up with Calvin head men’s and women’s swim coach Dan Gelderloos to recap the recent MIAA Championships. Also included are audio interviews with the MIAA Women’s Most Valuable Swimmer (women’s) Emily Roberts and with the MIAA Women’s Most Valuable Diver Erica Deur.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
NOTRE DAME, IN—For the fifth consecutive year and for the seventh time overall, the Calvin women’s swimming and diving team can call itself MIAA champions. The Knights wrapped up another league crown on Saturday night, finishing with a final three-day total of 849.5 points. Calvin finished 90 points ahead of runner-up Hope.
Saturday, February 21, 2009
NOTRE DAME, IN—With one day of competition left, the Calvin women’s swimming and diving team maintains a healthy lead for first place at the MIAA Championships. Bidding for their fifth consecutive MIAA title, the Knights hold a 76-point lead over second place Hope heading into Saturday’s final day of competition.
Friday, February 20, 2009
NOTRE DAME, IN—The defending MIAA champion Calvin women’s swimming and diving team got of to a blazing start on day one of the MIAA Swimming and Diving Championships, building a first place score of 299.5 points. Calvin claimed first place in five events and established several Calvin and MIAA records in the process. In addition, the Knights recorded a number of NCAA III A’ and B’ cut qualifying performances. Saint Mary’s College is hosting the MIAA Championships at the Rolfs Aquatic Center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
Saturday, February 07, 2009
GRAND RAPIDS Ė The Calvin menís and womenís swimming and diving teams held their second-ever dual meets inside the Venema Aquatic Center on Saturday and came away with a split against Kalamazoo. On the womenís side, Calvin defeated Kalamazoo 195-100. On the menís side, Kalamazoo defeated Calvin 177-97.
Sunday, February 01, 2009
ALMA—The Calvin men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams picked up dual meet victories at Alma on Saturday with the women’s team defeating the Alma women’s team 137-86 while the men’s team defeated the Alma men’s team 124-84.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
GRAND RAPIDS, MI—The Calvin men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams completed an historic afternoon Saturday, hosting their first-ever dual meets inside the Venema Aquatic Center. Fittingly, the first competition was held against rival Hope with the Calvin women defeating the Hope women’s team 179-127 while the Calvin men were defeated by the Hope men’s team 171-95.
A standing room only crowd of more than 500 spectators was treated to a thrilling dual meet which began with opening remarks from Calvin president Dr. Gaylen Byker and the lead donor for the facility - Thelma Venema.
Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Wins U. of Chicago Invitational - Deur Breaks Another Diving Record
Sunday, January 18, 2009
CHICAGO, IL—The Calvin women’s swimming and diving team closed out an impressive two days of competition at the University of Chicago Invitational, winning the meet with a team score of 1,251.83 points.
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