3/4/2015 | W. Swimming
Following last week's Conference Championships, 11 LMU swimmers were selected to the Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference (PCSC) All-Conference team. Led by senior Kjirsten Magnuson, who was named Swimmer of the Meet for her record-setting performances over the four-day competition, 10 additional Lions, were also honored.
2/24/2015 | W. Swimming
The LMU swimming program continues to develop its student-athletes into well-rounded individuals, both in the pool and the classroom. Recently, the Lions were named to College Swimming Coaches Association of America's (CSCAA) Scholar All-America team honors list, supported by Nike Swim, for the 2014 fall semester.
2/22/2015 | W. Swimming
Senior Kjristen Magnuson ended her stellar LMU swimming career Saturday night by lowering her LMU program record in the 200 backstroke by over 2.5 seconds with a 1:59.45. Sophomore Hannah Calton had a big night of her own, winning the 200 butterfly with a 2:02.66, after slicing over 1.5 seconds off the LMU program record in the morning...
2/20/2015 | W. Swimming
Sophomore Hannah Calton set a new program record in the 100 butterfly, posting a time of 55.26 to best her previous mark of 55.46. Senior Kjirsten Magnuson, who set a new program record in the 50 freestyle on Thursday, returned to the water on Friday to win the 100 backstroke with a time of 54.97. LMU sits second after three days of competition ...
2/19/2015 | W. Swimming
The LMU swimming team sits in second place after two days at the 2015 Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference Championships thanks in large part to a record-breaking day on Thursday.
2/17/2015 | W. Swimming
Making its return to the Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference in 2014-15, LMU will head to La Mirada this week for the 2015 PCSC Championships beginning on Wednesday. The four-day schedule will feature preliminary and finals sessions each day at the Splash! La Mirada Regional Aquatic Center.
2/2/2015 | W. Swimming
In its final tune-up before the annual PCSC Championships, the LMU swim team defeated the University of Alaska by a count of 126-100 at the Patty Center Pool in frigid Fairbanks, Alaska.