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On The Record with Alex Williams, Siena Women's Water Polo New Head Coach - Swimming World News
Feb. 3, 2020 — Alex Williams is the latest—and perhaps most ideally suited—coach to reverse the fortunes of Siena women's water polo, which has never had a winning season.
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Scottish surfing champ Iona McLachlan on her plans for a north coast surf school
May 28, 2019 — For a few golden years from 2006 to 2011, the town of Thurso played host to a professional surfing contest sponsored by surfwear giant O’Neill, known first as the Highland Open and later as the Coldwater Classic. During this period, some of the best surfers in the world visited Caithness to compete in the thumping waves of Thurso East and Brims Ness, from veterans like 2000 world surfing champion Sunny Garcia to new kids on the block like John John Florence – a hotly-tipped youngster when he first visited Thurso who went on to win back to back world titles in 2016 and 2017.
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MAAC Announces Swimming & Diving Preseason Coaches' Poll - Iona College
Sept. 25, 2018 — The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced the 2018-19 men's and women's swimming & diving preseason coaches' poll on Tuesday morning. Iona's men's program was voted to tie for fourth and the women's team was selected to place third.
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Water Polo Concludes Princeton Invite With Defeat To Johns Hopkins - Iona College
Sept. 9, 2018 PRINCETON, NJ — Despite getting within three goals in the second quarter, the Iona men's water polo team (1-6) fell 20-12 to Johns Hopkins University in the last of three matches this weekend at the 2018 Princeton Invite hosted by Princeton University.
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Water Polo Drops Two On First Day Of Princeton Invite - Iona College
Sept. 8, 2018 — PRINCETON, NJ - The Iona men's water polo team (1-5) dropped the first two of this weekend's three matches today with a 20-9 loss to No. 16 California Baptist University and a 17-5 loss to No. 18 George Washington University in the Princeton Invite hosted by Princeton University at DeNunzio Pool.
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