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2021 AAC Fan Guide: Houston Women Aiming For 5th Title, SMU Men Dual Cincinnati
Feb. 18, 2021 — Houston women will face SMU, Cincinnati, and Tulane as they aim for their 5th straight AAC Championship title. The men's title is between SMU and Cincinnati.

2021 ACC Women's Swim & Dive Champs
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Michigan HS Div. II A-Finalist Meghan Fleury Changes Commitment to Cincinnati
Jan. 19, 2021 — OLY Swimming’s Meghan Fleury has verbally committed to Cincinnati, changing her previous verbal commitment to Michigan State following the axing of the MSU program . She’s a senior at Adams High School in Rochester, Mich. So excited and grateful to announce my verbal commitment to continue my athletic and academic career at the University of Cincinnati! Thank you to my coaches, family, friends and teammates for all of the support. GO BEARCATS!! This past weekend, Fleury competed at the 2020 Michigan HS Div. 2 Championships, which were rescheduled from November. At the meet, she finis ...

@SwimXps  Meghan Fleury finds #swimming home with Cinci after MI State dumped program.
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Jason Allen of Dayton Raiders Verbally Commits to Cincinnati
March 22, 2020 — Beavercreek, Ohio’s Jason Allen has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Cincinnati for 2020-21. Allen will join Arie Voloschin in the class of 2024. Allen currently swims for Beavercreek High School and Dayton Raiders under coaches Kevin Weldon and Sean Dwyer. He specializes mainly in IM and breast. At the 2020 Ohio State Division 1 Swimming and Diving Championships he placed 7th in the 200 IM and 21st in the 500 free and anchored the 11th-place 200 free relay in 21.71. In club swimming, Allen competed at 2019 Winter Juniors East in the 100/200 breast and 200/400 IM. ...
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Seidt Branches out to Freestyle Sweep as Kentucky Handles Cincinnati
Feb. 1, 2020 — The No. 25/13 University of Kentucky men's and women's swimming and diving teams dominated Cincinnati Friday. The No. 13 women's team defeated Cincinnati in a 190-101 decision, while the No. 25 Kentucky men won, 175-111.
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