Valparaiso University's Blake Edwards (Orange, Calif./Lutheran H.S. of Orange County) has been voted to the Horizon League's All-Academic Team for the second straight season in swimming and diving.
The 2009-2010 swimming and diving season came to a close for Valparaiso on Saturday at the Horizon League Championships held at Flames Natatorium in Chicago, Ill.
Two individuals qualified for the evening finals on Friday for Valparaiso as the Crusaders returned to the water for day three of the Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships at Flames Natatorium in Chicago, Ill.
Valparaiso wrapped up the second day of the 2010 Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday evening and remain in sixth place at the Flames Natatorium in Chicago, Ill.
Valparaiso opened the 2010 Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships in record-setting fashion on Wednesday evening as the Crusaders' 200 medley relay posted a new school mark at the Flames Natatorium in Chicago, Ill.
Valparaiso won seven events on Saturday afternoon in the Crusaders' home finale, but came up nine points shy against Western Illinois as the Leathernecks defeated the Brown and Gold 116-107 at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
David Sivak (Hobart, Ind./Hobart H.S.) won the 200 freestyle on Sunday afternoon as Valparaiso finished in third place against Ball State and Eastern Illinois held in Fishers, Ind.
For the first time in over two months Valparaiso returned to dual meet competition on Saturday afternoon, as the Crusaders fell to UIC 159-69 in Chicago, Ill.
Valparaiso's men's swimming and diving team returned to the water for the first time in more than a month on Saturday afternoon, and posted a third place finish at the Ball State Relay Invitational in Muncie, Ind.
David Sivak (Hobart, Ind./Hobart H.S.) recorded a pair of top-seven finishes on Saturday as Valparaiso concluded the final day of the Calvin Winter Invitational in fifth place in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Behind David Sivak's (Hobart, Ind./Hobart H.S.) fourth fastest 200 butterfly time in school history, Valparaiso enters the final day of competition in fifth place at the Calvin Winter Invitational held in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Kevin Fedde (Fort Collins, Colo./Heritage Christian H.S.) posted the fourth fastest 1650 freestyle time in school history for Valparaiso on the opening night of the Calvin Winter Invitational held in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Valparaiso wrapped up its weekend in Wisconsin on Saturday morning, dropping a 200-57 dual meet to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Milwaukee, Wis.
Despite a pair of event victories on Friday evening, the Valparaiso men's swimming and diving team dropped a 118-74 decision to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in Green Bay, Wis.
Valparaiso dropped all three contests in the quadrangular meet hosted by Cleveland State on Saturday afternoon in Cleveland, Ohio.
David Sivak (Hobart, Ind./Hobart H.S.) won the 400 individual medley for Valparaiso's lone event victory on Saturday morning as Wright State defeated the Crusaders 164-40 in the Brown and Gold's home opener at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Less than 18 hours after opening the season, the Valparaiso University men's swim team was back in the water Saturday morning, finishing in fifth place at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championships hosted by Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind.
Valparaiso's men's swimming and diving team took to the waters for the first time on Friday night, and finished in fourth place at the Dennis Stark Relays hosted by Notre Dame.
When the Valparaiso Crusaders dive into the water for the 2009-2010 season, head coach Howard Hunte will see a youthful team look to build upon 11 school records which were set one year ago when the Brown and Gold finished in sixth place in the Horizon League.
Valparaiso University head swimming and diving coach Howard Hunte has announced the hiring of Rod Hunte as an assistant coach for the Crusader program beginning this fall.
Valparaiso University swimming and diving coach Howard Hunte has announced his 2009-2010 schedule which will see the Crusaders compete 12 times during the season, including four invitationals, prior to the Horizon League Championships.