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The University of Richmond women’s swimming and diving team focused on mental preparation in the weeks before the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
Last Sunday was filled with nerves and many questions. It’s one week later and our lives have changed. This Sunday was filled with many smiles and many answers. Ladies, you were simply amazing. I could not be more proud.
The University of Richmond women’s swim and dive team will host its second home meet of the season against James Madison University at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 29.
On Oct. 15, the team hosted about 25 children from the Youth Life Foundation of Richmond (YLFR) for a swim clinic teaching the children, ranging from kindergarten to elementary school-age, basic swim lessons.
The University of Richmond women’s swim team came back from 10th place after day one to finish second at the Atlantic 10 Swimming & Diving Championships last week.
Richmond swimming coach Matt Barany blogs from Buffalo, N.Y., while at the Atlantic 10 Swimming & Diving Championships, where the team looks to seize its ninth consecutive title.
The Richmond swimming team embraces the perception that it will not win the Atlantic 10 Championship in February.
The University of Richmond’s women’s swimming team opens its season tomorrow night at LaSalle University – the first time the Spiders have swum against an Atlantic-10 team during the regular season in five years.
Senior Lauren Beaudreau ended her record-breaking Richmond swimming career at the NCAA championships in College Station, Texas.
Richmond swimming coach Matt Barany blogs from College Station, Texas, while at the NCAA Swimming Championships with senior Lauren Beaudreau, an East Bay, Calif., native.