CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Campbellsville University women's swimming has signed three more team members for 2013-14, growing its roster to 12 student-athletes, head coach Casey Smith announced Tuesday.
Kristen Craig joins Casey Galyon, who signed with CU in early March, as the only incoming freshmen from Kentucky, while CU also adds Jessica Cook of Tilbury, Ontario and Emily Hunter of Newark, Del.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. -- The Campbellsville women's swim team has added its first new member for the 2013-14 season. Head coach Casey Smith has signed Casey Galyon, a high school senior who shares Smith's name and passion for swimming.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Seniors April Hill and Carrie Wohlschlegel ended their Campbellsville University swimming career Saturday by helping their team pick up a few more points by each placing in an event on the final day of the NAIA Swimming and Diving Championships.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Campbellsville University climbed one spot in the team standings Friday at the NAIA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships at Oklahoma City Community College Natatorium. CU is now 16th among 20 teams collecting points after finishing in the Top 16 in both the 200-yard freestyle relay and the 400-yard medley relay.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Campbellsville University competed in three of its four events, advancing to the finals in one, during its first day at the NAIA Women's Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Lady Tigers qualified for the 200-yard medley relay finals Thursday night after posting the 13th best time during preliminaries, nearly edging rival Lindsey Wilson College.