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Recent Women's Swimming Headlines
Posted by Chris Megginson - Mon, Aug. 11, 2014 - [Swimming]
Swimmers dive into the pool during the 2014 MSC Invitational.
Swimmers dive into the pool during the 2014 MSC Invitational.

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – For the first time since 2000, Campbellsville University men's and women's swimming will have a chance to compete for a conference championship in 2014-15. Mid-South Conference Commissioner Eric Ward announced last week the addition of swimming to its MSC championship lineup in 2014-15.

Posted by Richard RoBards - Fri, Jun. 6, 2014 - [Women's Swimming]
Amber Wright
Amber Wright

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. — Casey Smith picked up her third female commitment of the 2014-15 swim season when she signed Amber Wright of Crittenden County on Thursday during a campus visit.

Posted by Richard RoBards - Fri, Jun. 6, 2014 - [Women's Swimming]
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HENDERSON, Ky. — Meika Hamblin was already coming to Campbellsville University, but she didn't really give college swimming much of a thought. While here she hooked up with swim coach Casey Smith. She just happened to bring along Jenny Deibler and the pair of Henderson County High School seniors signed with Smith for the 2014-15 season.

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.

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