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Recent Women's Swimming Headlines
Posted by Chris Megginson - Sat, Mar. 8, 2014 - [Women's Swimming]
CU coach Casey Smith discusses a freestyle relay with Emily Hunter and Jessica Cook.
CU coach Casey Smith discusses a freestyle relay with Emily Hunter and Jessica Cook.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – For the third straight day, a Campbellsville University freestyle relay team placed in the Top 16. The Lady Tigers placed 15th in the 400-yard freestyle relay finals Saturday night to finish 18th as a team at the 34th annual NAIA Women's Swimming Championships at Oklahoma City Community College.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Fri, Mar. 7, 2014 - [Women's Swimming]
Shelby Mattingly has competed in six of CU's seven events so far at the NAIA Swimming Championships
Shelby Mattingly has competed in six of CU's seven events so far at the NAIA Swimming Championships

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Another freestyle relay earned points for Campbellsville University women's swimming Friday, as the Lady Tigers advanced to evening finals and finished 16th in the 200 free relay. The win gives CU two more team points, as the Lady Tigers sit in 21st place overall.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Thu, Mar. 6, 2014 - [Women's Swimming]
Bailey Foxworth, Shelby Mattingly, Jessica Cook and Emily Hunter swam CU's 16th-place 800 freestyle relay Thursday.
Bailey Foxworth, Shelby Mattingly, Jessica Cook and Emily Hunter swam CU's 16th-place 800 freestyle relay Thursday.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- Campbellsville University women's swimming sits tied for 17th place among 22 teams after its first day of competition at the NAIA Swimming & Diving Championships at the Oklahoma City Community College Natatorium. CU competed in three preliminary events Thursday morning and placed 16th in the 800-yard freestyle relay to earn its two team point.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Thu, Mar. 6, 2014 - [Women's Swimming]

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Campbellsville University women's swimming will make its 15th NAIA Swimming & Diving National Championships appearance March 6-8 at the Oklahoma City Community College Natatorium.

Posted by Chris Megginson - Wed, Mar. 5, 2014 - [Swimming]
Members of the women's and men's swim teams received the NAIA Champions of Character Team Award on March 5.
Members of the women's and men's swim teams received the NAIA Champions of Character Team Award on March 5.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – For the last five years, Campbellsville University has used the slogan "More Than a Game." The NAIA recognized that in two of CU's 25 sports teams on March 5, awarding both the CU women's and men's swimming programs as the Buffalo Funds NAIA Champions of Character Team Award for their respective sport. CU sophomore Shelby Mattingly was also recognized as CU's individual Champion of Character.

The team award is nominated for by each school and presented annually to one team from each of the NAIA's 23 championship sports.

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