Monthly Archives: December 2006

Florida Training Camp

Day 3 – Hugh Vandivier ’91 Pictured Above: Left – John Kasey, Trayton White, and Hugh Vandivier. Right – Jim Leuck, Craig Vetor, Kyle Dunaway, Nick Rockefeller, and Kyle O’Keefe. "The Perfect Storm" What I remember best from my time … Continue reading

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Florida Training Camp

Day 2 – Jordan Extine ’09   Only a few days have passed since we arrived here in Deerfield Beach but we have swum more than a few practices. After five long practices we are dragging tail and feeling the … Continue reading

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Florida Training Camp

Day 1 – Peter Hewitt ’10 We left Wednesday morning after a tough workout at Wabash. The bus ride was as entertaining as a 21 hour bus ride can be – which is, by the way, not very. We kept … Continue reading

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Coach’s Corner

First Semester Wrap Up: In what has been one of the strongest semesters in recent history for the Wabash Swimming and Diving Team we now find ourselves heading into exam week, winter break, and my favorite time of the year, … Continue reading

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Wabash Diving Invite

In what was clearly one of the strongest Division III Diving Invitationals in the entire country Wabash represented itself in outstanding fashion! Attempting new dives with a higher degree of difficulty is never an easy challenge… doing it against many … Continue reading

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Saturday Recap

In what was by far the best session of the weekend, Wabash Swimming finished the weekend in style. Coach Dunaway left the DePauw Invite pumped up with all the great performances. Alex Carr started things off with an 8 second … Continue reading

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Friday Night Recap

Things are going very well for Wabash Swimming right now! NIKE INVITATIONAL UPDATE • 13 swims made it back tonight… 10 of them were faster than this morning. • Tonight’s 200 Free Relay was .10 faster than what we did … Continue reading

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