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Swimming & Diving

Swimmers Ready to "Dive" into the Season

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Written by Magnus Chun

Posted on 29 September 2014

Swimming-picture_2The Mines swim team looks prepared and ready to swim fast as the team competed in their first intersquad meet of this season on Sunday (9/27). Many swimmers on the team swam their best and felt they were ready to swim fast this season. The top times were as follows for the meet- 50 backstroke: 25.27 seconds (men) and 28.10 (women), 50 breaststroke: 28.24 (men) and 33.72 (women), and 50 freestyle: 22.40 (men) and 26.10 (women). The head coach for the swim team, Nate Rothman is now entering his fifth year as head coach.

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Swimming and Diving Take on RMAC Championship

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Written by Jared Riemer

Posted on 23 February 2014

The Colorado School of Mines swimming and diving team traveled to Grand Junction for the four day competition known as the RMAC Championship.

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Orediggers fall just short of OBU

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Written by James Davis

Posted on 26 January 2014

Colorado School of Mines Swim and Dive team lost on Saturday against Oklahoma Baptist University. Despite swimming in unfriendly waters, the men and women of CSM brought their 'A' game, falling short only 16 and 11 points respectively.

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Lady Orediggers looking forward to Colorado Mesa Invitational

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Written by Chris Robbins

Posted on 17 November 2013

The Lady Oredigger Swimming & Diving team took on both Northern Colorado and Colorado Mesa this Friday in Greeley. Although they put up a strong fight, they finished the weekend's events third overall.

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Mines performs well against Colorado College

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Written by Chris Robbins

Posted on 10 November 2013

This Saturday, the Mines swim and dive team hosted the Colorado College Tigers and ended the day with convincing wins. The women's team defeated the Tigers 179-109 and the men emerged victorious by a score of 215.5-61.5.When all 32 swimming and diving events had been concluded, Mines had emerged victorious in 25 of them.

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