Senior Ryan McCoy and freshman T.J. Halliburton of the Saint Louis men¿s swimming and diving team today were named Atlantic 10 Conference Performer of the Week and Rookie Performer of the Week, respectively, for the week of Nov. 27-Dec. 3.
The Saint Louis men finished eighth at the USA Swimming Winter National Championships, held Nov. 29-Dec. 2.
Saint Louis captured women's and men's team titles at the Indiana State University Relay Meet Saturday, Dec. 2.
The Saint Louis swimming and diving teams competed in Northwestern's TYR Invitational Friday-Sunday, Nov. 17-19. Here are the Billikens' highlights from the meet.
Saint Louis swimming and diving head coach Jim Halliburton has announced the signing of four student-athletes to National Letters of Intent to attend the University and compete for the Billikens beginning next fall.
The Saint Louis swimming and diving teams registered three wins Friday evening in their home opener at Simon Recreation Center, defeating Lindenwood-Belleville and Little Rock in women's competition and Lindenwood-Belleville in men's action.
Saint Louis freshman T.J. Halliburton has been named the Atlantic 10 Conference men's swimming and diving Rookie of the Week for Oct. 23-29, the league office announced Tuesday.
Saint Louis swimming and diving competitors turned in several strong performances against conference opponents at the Atlantic 10 Classic, held Saturday and Sunday at Spire Institute.
The Saint Louis women's swimming and diving team posted wins over McKendree and Maryville, while the SLU men's team split with the same opponents Friday at the McKendree Metro Rec Plex.
The Saint Louis women's swimming and diving team was victorious in its first dual meet of the 2017-18 season as the Billikens took on Washington University Friday evening.
The Saint Louis swimming and diving teams participated in two meets over the weekend, competing at the Show-Me Showdown Friday, Sept. 29, and at the Butler Duals Sunday, Oct. 1.
Saint Louis women's swimming finished the CSCAA Open Water Nationals in fifth place, finishing ahead of conference rivals George Washington and Richmond. The men's team finished sixth.