Ball State Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive finished the end of the fall semester at the Miami Invitational Saturday.
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For the third straight season, junior Rachel Bertram obtained an NCAA Diving Zone C Championship qualifying point total of 290.48 on three-meter event for the Ball State Women’s Diving. Bertram is the first Cardinal this season to obtain this qualification.
In it second meeting with Grand Valley State in two seasons, Ball State Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive were unable to defeat Grand Valley State as the men fell, 199-96, and the women, 175.5-124.5. The Cardinals saw six first place finishes on the day.
The table is set as families gather around the dinner table. Plates are piled high with mashed potatoes, turkey and stuffing. For Ball State swimmers and divers, however, while their plates may be full, they still try to stick to their dietary plans.
Ball State Women’s Swim and Dive fell 176-121 to defending Mid-American Conference champion Akron Saturday. Four events that stood out for the Cardinals were the 100 backstroke, 50 butterfly and the one- and three-meter dive.
Behind 25 first-place finishes, the Ball State Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive teams defeated Eastern Illinois Friday.
In the first two meets of the season, the freshmen class has a total of 10 first through fifth finishes.
The Ball State’s Women's Swimming and Dive team fell to Bowling Green 206-94 in Bowling Green, Ohio. The Cardinals competed in their second meet of the season after having three top finishes at the Indiana Intercollegiate at Purdue two weeks ago.
Both the Ball State Women’s and Men’s Swim & Dive finished in the top 3 out of six teams at Indiana Intercollegiate Invite on Saturday. The women’s team finished second, behind Purdue, while the men’s were third behind Purdue and Evansville.
As former men’s swim and dive head coach Bob Thomas hung up the whistle last season, it was a familiar face that would succeed Thomas’ spot. Jeremy Agnew, a 1996 graduate from Ball State, made a strong impact in his homecoming to Ball State.
The women’s swimming and diving program has been making waves at Lewellen Aquatic Center for 53 years.
The wait for a new women’s and men’s swimming and diving head coach is over.
Bob Thomas spent 14,235 days serving as the head coach of Ball State men’s swimming and diving program. On April 11, the coach announced his retirement.
After 39 seasons of coaching Ball State men’s swimming, Bob Thomas announced his retirement.
Ball State women's swimming and diving (4-7) competed in its final meet of the season at the Mid-American Conference Championshipson Feb. 21-24 in Athens, Ohio.
Ball State women's swimming and diving finishes up its season at the Mid-American Conference Swimming and Diving Championships.
Ball State men's swimming and diving celebrates their Senior Night at the meet against Miami Feb. 10 in Lewellen Pool. The Cardinals lost 81-217.
This weekend is the last time head swimming coach Bob Thomas will coach the Class of 2018.
During practice this week, head diving coach Nick Gayes said this meet will be “a good gauge to see where you’re at.”
In a rivalry meet, Ball State men’s swim and dive came up short against Evansville, losing 180-117 on Saturday afternoon.