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2019-20 Men's Swimming News

  • Milligan swims past Randolph to victory 
    November 16, 2019
    The Milligan College swim team had a successful day in the pool with both the men and the women defeating Randolph College Saturday afternoon. The two teams competed in 28 events with the Milligan women winning 170 to 30 and the Milligan men winning 198 to 45. 
  • Milligan finishes strong in weekend events 
    November 02, 2019
    The Milligan College swimming team competed at Emory & Henry on Friday, Nov. 1, and at Milligan against Lees-McRae on Saturday morning. 
  • Women sweep, men split at Union
    October 26, 2019
    The Milligan College swimming team competed in Barbourville, Kentucky, on Saturday against Union College and Bethel University. The women defeated both Union and Bethel and the men defeated Bethel but fell to reigning Appalachian Athletic Conference champions Union College.
  • Buffs begin season with several national cuts
    October 05, 2019
    The Milligan College swim teams began their 2019-20 season on Saturday at the Emmanuel Invite and captured second place finishes. The Buffs picked up many national qualifying times and junior transfer Mitch Martin broke the school record in the men’s 1000 freestyle. The Buffs competed against Appalachian Athletic Conference member Point University, LaGrange College, and host school Emmanuel College.
  • Milligan swim team diving back into action
    October 04, 2019
    After finishing last season nationally ranked for both the men and women’s teams, the Milligan College swimming teams are set to return to action on Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Emmanuel Invite in Franklin Springs, Georgia.
  • Milligan finishes No. 31 in Learfield IMG College Directors' Cup standings
    July 02, 2019
    Led by the men’s cross country/track & field program which finished No. 6 nationally in program of the year standings, Milligan College Athletics earned a final position of No. 31 in the Learfield IMG College Directors' Cup standings.