Women's Swimming & Diving

UNLV Fall Invite

2013-11-21T00:00:00-08:00
Thu., Nov 21
All day
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Pac-12 names women's swimming and diving all-academic teams

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Tristin Baxter Records 18th Place in 1650 Free at NCAA Championships

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