Wheaton swimming & diving senior Nicole Zais picked up her first Capital One Academic College Division All-District I accolade, as she was named to the at-large third team, marking the fourth straight year that a Lyon swimmer was recognized.
Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving eighth-year head coach Jean-Paul Gowdy announced his resignation from the school's coaching staff, effective at the end of the month. A national search for Gowdy's permanent replacement has already begun.
Wheaton women's swimming senior Nicole Zais wrapped up a stellar four-year career by recording the highest individual finish at an NCAA Championship in program history, as she earned her third All-America honor by placing sixth in the 200-yard breaststroke on Saturday at the University of Tennessee's Jones Aquatic Center.
Wheaton women's swimming senior Nicole Zais turned in her highest individual placement at an NCAA Championship meet on Friday night at the University of Tennessee's Jones Aquatic Center, finishing 15th during the 100-yard breaststroke to earn All-America honorable mention honors.
Wheaton women's swimming seniors Dania Piscetta and Nicole Zais will make a return to the NCAA Championship for the second time in three years, as the duo is slated to compete at the Jones Aquatic Center on the campus of the University of Tennessee from March 23-26.
Wheaton women's swimming & diving senior Nicole Zais assured herself a spot at next month's national championship thanks to notching an NCAA automatic qualifying time at Saturday's NYU's Last Chance Meet in the Coles Sports Center.
Wheaton senior Nicole Zais defended her 200-yard breaststroke title in the final day of the three-day NEWMAC Championship, leading the Lyon women's swimming & diving team to fourth place on Sunday at Mount Holyoke.
The Wheaton women's swimming & diving team remained in fourth place following the second day of the three-day NEWMAC Championship, as the Lyons posted 261.5 points in the 10-school field while breaking a trio of school records on Saturday at Mount Holyoke.
One NCAA Championship provisional qualifying time highlighted the Wheaton women's swimming & diving team's showing in day one of the three-day NEWMAC Championship, as the Lyons placed fourth among 10 teams on Friday at Mount Holyoke.
The Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving teams wrapped up their regular seasons on Saturday after hosting a two-day, non-scoring invitational in Balfour Natatorium featuring NEWMAC schools Clark and MIT and NESCAC foe Tufts.
Wheaton women's swimming & diving senior Dania Piscetta was named NEWMAC Swimmer of the Week for the second time this season and the fourth time of her career, as she was selected for the week ending on Sunday, January 23.
The Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving teams continued their winning ways on Saturday afternoon in Balfour Natatorium, where the Lyons swept NEWMAC counterpart Babson to help celebrate Senior Day.
The Wheaton College men's and women's swimming & diving teams swept Friday night's competition against New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) schools Clark University and Mount Holyoke College at Mount Holyoke Natatorium.
Facing national power MIT for the third time this season, the Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving teams dropped a pair of decisions to the fellow NEWMAC school on Thursday night in Balfour Natatorium.
Seven NCAA national meet provisional qualifying standards and four school records highlighted the two-day MIT Invitational for the Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving teams, as each squad finished competition in fourth place on Saturday at Zesiger Pool.
The Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving teams will participate in the fifth annual Hour of Power Relay on Monday at 5:00 p.m., as the event is designed to raise funds to support cancer research at the University of Chicago toward the causes and treatment of pediatric sarcoma.
Wheaton women's swimming & diving senior Dania Piscetta was selected NEWMAC Swimmer of the Week during the league's first announcement of weekly awards for the 2010-11 season, as she was named for the week ending on Sunday, October 31.
Recognizing that the nucleus of his teams return from a season when each matched its best conference championship finish in program history coupled with the fact of welcoming in sizable first-year classes, Wheaton men's and women's swimming & diving head coach Jean-Paul Gowdy has good reason to enter 2010-11 with much optimism.