Monthly Archives: February 2009

Eric Vaughn Breaks the 100 Fly Record

Wabash sophomore Eric Vaughn was a half second off a B cut in the 100 fly after the last relay at the NCAC swim championships. He swam a time trial to find some speed.

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Evan Rhinesmith’s Record-Breaking Retry

Sophomore Evan Rhinesmith swam to fifth place time in the 100 breast, but he knew he could be faster. So he swam a time trial and broke Colin Fahey’s school record. Watch.

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Craig Vetor’s Record-Breaking Prelim Swim

You have to see this to believe it. Sophomore Craig Vetor runs down the competition to qualify for the finals in the 200 freestyle. In the process, he breaks Eric Verduin’s school record.

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NCAC Meet – Day 1

The team likes to stay loose before a big meet like Conferences. It’s in the water that they’re really serious. 

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Jordon Blackwell’s Record-Breaking Effort

Rather than just posting what’s happening at this year’s NCAC Swimming & Diving Championships, we thought we’d show you. Watch senior Jordon Blackwell talk about breaking Mychael Shannon’s 100 freestyle record.

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Saying Goodbye

The Conference meet will soon be upon us and I am forced to realize that at the end of this coming Saturday I and my fellow seniors will no longer be members of the Wabash College Swim Team. Until now, this … Continue reading

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Captains Final Thoughts

The end of our athletic career is over for many of us – well at least for the seniors this is the case. Finally realizing that we are down to the last week of our time as a collegiate swimmer, there … Continue reading

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