Monthly Archives: March 2009

2008 – 2009 Swimming and Diving Banquet

The long season was wrapped up last night as our athletes, their families and a few special guests gathered for a night to celebrate another successful year for Wabash Swimming and Diving. Holding this banquet is a yearly tradition that … Continue reading

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Captain’s Corner: A New Day

My how the days go by fast! Although time travel has yet to be invented (Blackwell and I are close to a breakthrough I can feel it…) it sure feels like I have jumped into a time warp. It is … Continue reading

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Is it the Suits?

The talk in the swimming world is still about the new breed of suits that help swimmers become more buoyant, improving body position and leading to dramatic drops in time. When sophomore Craig Vetor broke the Wabash 200 free record … Continue reading

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Evan Rhinesmith’s 100 Breast Record 2.0

Sophomore Evan Rhinesmith tries to better his Wabash school record and B-cut in the 100 breaststroke at the Boiler MakeIt meet at Purdue. Here’s what happened…

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Two Records, One Race

At the NCAC meet, the Wabash 400 Free Relay came just .03 from the school record (3:06.63 set by RJ Morgan, David Kent, David Burleigh, and Mychael Shannon in 1999). Two additional weeks of training later, the squad, including seniors … Continue reading

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