Kansas freshman Haley Bishop has been getting the attention of CollegeSwimming.com for weeks, being named Big 12 swimmer of the week three straight weeks.
Kansas University freshman Haley Bishop was named Big 12 swimmer of the week Tuesday for the third straight week.
Kansas University’s women’s swim team completed the dual portion of its season with a 175.5-127.5 victory over Iowa State on Saturday.
Kansas University won all but one event in the pool during the first day of a two-day college swimming and diving dual with Iowa State on Friday. KU finished the day with 90.5 points to ISU’s 59.5.
After an unbeaten performance during the Jayhawks final meet inside Robinson Natatorium for the 2015-16 season, freshman Haley Bishop earned CollegeSwimming.com’s Big 12 Swimmer of the Week for the second consecutive week.
Kansas University’s swim team won every event and defeated Nebraska-Omaha, 187-88, on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.
After clinching three event victories in Saturday’s quad dual, freshman Haley Bishop was named CollegeSwimming.com’s Big 12 Swimmer of the Week Tuesday.
Kansas University’s swim team won all 14 events to sweep an exhibition against William Jewell, Morningside College and Tabor on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.
Kansas University freshman Haley Bishop won the 50-yard freestyle, and the KU swimmers split a double dual Saturday.
Bryce Hinde swam to a pair of second-place finishes, and fellow Kansas University swimmers Haley Bishop and Madison Straight added two more, but the Jayhawks dropped a pair of decisions in a double dual on Friday at Biscayne Bay Aquatic Center.
Kansas University won every event and swept the top three places in six events in a 126-67 rout of William Jewell College in a swimming dual on Friday at Robinson Natatorium.
Kansas University swimmers Chelsie Miller and Haley Molden took part in the opening session of competition at the AT&T Winter Nationals with a pair of swims Thursday at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington.
Kansas University swimmers Chelsie Miller and Yulya Kuchkarova led a team-wide effort during the Big Challenge last weekend, helping the Jayhawks to a No. 32 ranking in CollegeSwimming.com’s top-50 released on Tuesday.
Kansas University swimmers took titles in four events in the Big Challenge on Saturday at Capitol Federal Natatorium.
Kansas University divers Graylyn Jones and Nadia Khechfe placed fourth and sixth, respectively, in three-meter diving at the Kansas Dive Invitational on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.