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  • Swim team will dive into season

    Head Coach Tom Jager said the team has to focus on what makes them great.


  • Swimming sinks Seattle University

    The Cougs took first place in eight of 11 events against the Redhawks.


  • Women's swim prepares to steal a Vandal win

    Washington State’s women’s swimmers set to take on the Vandals tomorrow.


  • Emma makes waves in foreign waters

    Emma makes waves in foreign waters

    Pullman - Hailing all the way from Bjärred, Sweden, Emma Johansson has made a splash in her three years here at WSU. The junior butterfly and freestyle swimmer has spent the last two years growing as a competitor and now looks to flourish and reach her goals to qualify for the NCAA Championships as well as shatter some school records.

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  • WSU Cougar swimming starts season with a splash

    WSU Cougar swimming starts season with a splash

    Pullman - In front of crowd of more than 500 and led by junior Kelly Tannhauser, WSU swimming opened its season with a convincing 179-83 victory over Seattle University.

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  • Swimming comes home to Pullman

    Swimming comes home to Pullman

    Pullman - After a rough road trip to Los Angeles that featured losses to USC and UCLA, the WSU swim team aims for a victory in front of their home crowd this Friday in Pullman against the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks.

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