Kansas senior Katie Steward earned the Big 12 Swimmer of the Week award for the second time in her career following three victories at the Sunflower Showdown on Oct.1 in Topeka, Kansas.
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Kansas swim is sitting at second place in the Big 12 championships with big performances by senior Mannon Manning and junior Kate Steward.
Kansas swim and dive won 18 of the 22 total events against Iowa State Friday and Saturday. The Jayhawks are now 3-1 on the season in dual meets.
Lauryn Parrish, a senior on the Kansas swim and dive team has been named as the recipient for the 2020-21 Marlene Mawson Exemplary Woman Student-Athlete Award. “I am so grateful and honored, but I wouldn’t be able to earn something like this if it wasn’t for Marlene Mawson and how she was a pioneer in KU women’s athletics,” Parrish said to Kansas Athletics.
This past weekend, 12 members of the Kansas swim team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to compete in the Toyota U.S. Open. Although no one on the team qualified for the Olympic Trials, they will continue to train for their next chance at qualifying in June 2020.
KU athlete, Jenny Nusbaum, looking to make her senior her best year and qualify for the Olympics as well.
Kansas swimming won its fourth-straight home meet Saturday. It was the final home meet in the careers of four senior team members.
There's no question about how historic the rivalry is between the Kansas and Nebraska swim programs. It goes back to day one.
The Crimson and Blue intrasquad meet took a grand total of 44 minutes. Only 11 events were swum and its longest race was the 500-yard free.
“Some meets you’re the hammer, other meets you’re the nail,” coach Clark Campbell said after Kansas fell to Arkansas for the ninth straight year.