Swimming Set to Host LSU, Tulane and Rice at CRWC (14 podium finishes)

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LSU is in its seventh year under Co-Head Coach and Head Swimming Coach Dave Geyer.
LSU is 5-8 this season in dual action, last falling to No. 1 Texas A&M in a 174-119 decision.
The Tigers are led on the springboards by Lizzie Cui who won both the 1-Meter and 3-Meter last weekend.
Summer Spradley is a force for LSU, posting the programs only NCAA B-Cut last weekend in the 200 Breaststroke.


Rice will return to the CRWC for the second time this season.
Kaitlyn Sweeny is a force for Rice in the pool, earning Conference USA Swimmer of the Week honors last week after posting three individual wins last weekend against No. 12 Arizona and Grand Canyon.


Tulane returns to the CRWC for the second time this season.
Tulane closed out its home slate with a 155-63 win over Loyola last weekend.
Olivia Johnson is a leader for the Green Wave, picking up three individual victories against Loyola.
Anise Muir is a force for Tulane on the springboards, winning both the 1-Meter and the 3-Meter last weekend.

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“I’m excited about a lot of the things I saw today, mission accomplished,” said Head Swimming & Diving Coach Ryan Wochomurka. “Today we continued to focus on race preparation, race strategy, and execution for what we want to do 18 days from now. This is just another step towards that. The challenge for tomorrow is to come out and continue to work hard.”

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“We’re glad that LSU, Tulane, and Rice came to race,” said Head Swimming and Diving Coach Ryan Wochomurka. “We continue to focus on how this meet prepares us for what we are trying to do two weeks from now at our First Chance meet and more importantly, 17 days from now at the conference championship. I’m excited to see what we do over the next two and a half weeks.”

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