Valparaiso University head swimming and diving coach Bryan Morrison has announced the addition of 26 new student-athletes that have signed National Letters of Intent to joint the Crusader program.
The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has awarded Academic All-America honors to both the Crusader men's swimming and diving team and the Crusader women's swimming and diving team.
Valparaiso closed out its 2005-2006 campaign Saturday on the final day of competition at the Mid-Continent Conference Championships.
Valparaiso moved up into sixth place Friday at the Mid-Continent Conference Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., with one day left in the meet.
Valparaiso sits in seventh place after the first day of competition Thursday at the Mid-Continent Conference Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. Amanda Gregory (Carmel, Ind./Carmel H.S.) posted an eighth-place finish in the 500 free to lead the Crusaders.
Valparaiso took to the pool for its final home meet of the season Saturday afternoon, but could not defeat Eastern Illinois, as the Panthers captured a 145-68 decision at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Despite a victory from Amanda Gregory (Carmel, Ind./Carmel H.S.), Valparaiso could not overcome Cleveland State, falling to the Vikings 140-55 Friday evening at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Valparaiso went on the road for the first time since the holiday break on Friday evening and dropped a 124-69 decision to Illinois-Chicago in the Windy City.
Valparaiso University's Katie Jajtner (Port Washington, Wis./Port Washington H.S.) has been named the Mid-Continent Conference Athlete of the Week after posting a strong showing against Florida Southern on Friday.
Three Crusaders took home first place finishes, but Florida Southern's balanced group outscored Valpo, taking home a 129-70 win at Friday's dual meet in Lakeland, Fla.
Led by two top-five finishes from Tina Vande Vusse (Des Plaines, Ill./Maine West H.S.), Valparaiso took home a sixth-place finish at this weekend's House of Champions Invitational in Indianapolis, Ind.
The Crusaders scored 141 points, good for a fifth-place finish, as Valpo swam at the Ball State Invitational Friday and Saturday in Muncie, Ind.
Valparaiso traveled to Milwaukee to take on two opponents Sunday, but could not come out with a win, falling to Wisconsin-Milwaukee 153-64 and dropping a 136-72 decision to South Dakota State.
Valparaiso dropped a pair of contests on Saturday afternoon in Green Bay, Wis. as the Crusaders fell 127-68 against South Dakota State and 125-63 versus Wisconsin-Green Bay in a double-dual meet.
Valparaiso earned a fourth place finish on Friday and Saturday at the Eastern Illinois Invitational with 203 points.
Valparaiso defeated one of its three opponents on Sunday afternoon as the Crusaders downed Butler in a quadrangular meet in Carmel, Ind.
Valpo ventured to Cincinnati, Ohio for their first dual meet of the season, but fell to Xavier 71-46.
Valparaiso University's women's swimming and diving team has been selected to finish in fourth place at the Mid-Continent Conference Championships as the conference released the preseason poll late Thursday evening.
Valparaiso opened its swim season on Friday evening with a 6th place finish at the Dennis Stark Relays in Notre Dame, Ind.
Valpo returns for the 2005-2006 swimming and diving season looking to improve upon a third-place finish in the Mid-Continent Conference and to continue breaking school records.
Valparaiso University head swimming and diving coach Bryan Morrison has announced the addition of 18 new student-athletes that will join the Crusaders program this fall.
Valparaiso University head coach Bryan Morrison has announced that Eric Skelly has joined the Crusaders' swimming and diving staff as a graduate assistant.
Valparaiso University swim coach Bryan Morrison has announced his 2005-2006 schedule and has put together a line-up that will have his Crusaders competing in a variety of meets, including several invitationals, a couple of dual meets, and several double-dual competitions.