Puget Sound men’s and women’s swimming head coach Chris Myhre welcomes 18 new Loggers to the program. Below, Myhre shares each new Loggers' prefered swimming event, and he notes their long-term plants.
Nearly 90 Puget Sound student-athletes received their undergraduate diplomas during the university’s 127th commencement in Baker Stadium Sunday afternoon. More than 3,000 people were attendance during the warm and sunny event.
Puget Sound Athletics finished fourth for the 2018-19 Northwest Conference McIlroy-Lewis All-Sports Trophy, rounding out the academic year with 198 points. The Loggers matched Whitman in the standings, and Whitworth led the NWC with 268 points.
More than 400 Puget Sound student-athletes, coaches, staff, family, and friends gathered in Memorial Fieldhouse Tuesday evening for the annual All-Sports Celebration. The Loggers celebrated a wide array of accomplishments for the 2018-19 year, ranging from Northwest Conference titles to Academic All-American honors.
The 2018-19 Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim seasons culminated in five Northwest Conference titles, 21 All-NWC honors, and Kelli Callahan’s second consecutive season as the NWC’s Women’s Swimmer of the Year.
Kelli Callahan is competing in the NCAA Division-III Swimming Championships for the second consecutive year. The two-time Northwest Conference Women’s Swimmer of the Year is in Greensboro, North Carolina to compete for national titles in the 200-IM, 400-IM, and 200-freestyle in the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
One week after the Northwest Conference Championships, the Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams hosted the Puget Sound Finale Saturday afternoon in Wallace Pool. The Loggers welcomed teams from Whitworth, Lewis & Clark, College of Idaho, and Southwest Oregon Community College. No team scores were kept for the meet.
Sunday, Feb. 10, is the final day of the Northwest Conference Swimming Championships. The 1650 freestyle will begin at 10 a.m., and the remaining events will begin at approximately 12:30 p.m. All events are timed finals.
Kelli Callahan was named the Northwest Conference Women's Swimmer of the Year for the second consecutive year, and Brett Kolb was named the NWC Men's Freshman of the Year following the fourth and final day of the 2019 NWC Swimming Championships in Weyerhauser King County Aquatic Center.
Kelli Callahan claimed two more Northwest Conference titles, and first-year Logger Brett Kolb claimed a title during the third day of the NWC Championships in Weyerhaeuser Aquatic Center Saturday night.
Two Puget Sound men’s relay teams earned All-Northwest Conference status during the first day of the 2019 Northwest Conference Swimming Championships Thursday night in the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.
The reigning NWC Women’s Co-Swimmer of the Year added another Northwest Conference title to her resume during the second day of the NWC Championships in Weyerhauser King County Aquatic Center Friday evening.
Kelli Callahan and Dylan Reimers both won three individual events, but the Puget Sound swim men’s and women’s swim teams lost at Pacific Lutheran Saturday afternoon. The Lute women won, 168.5-93.5, and the PLU men won 146-116.
This weekend marks the final tune up before the Northwest Conference Championships, as the Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams head to Parkland, Washington for a dual at Pacific Lutheran Saturday, Jan. 26, at 1 p.m.
Soon after honoring Logger seniors, the Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams both dominated Northwest Conference home duals against Willamette in Wallace Pool Saturday afternoon. The Puget Sound women topped the Bearcats, 137-67, and the Logger men beat Willamette by a score of 143-60.
It was a triumphant return to Wallace Pool for the Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams, as both Logger squads topped George Fox in Northwest Conference duals Friday night. The Logger women won by a 146-61 margin, and the Logger men were victorious, 144.5-62.5. Friday was the Loggers’ first home meet since the Logger Invitational concluded Dec. 2.
The Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams wrapped up its eastern Washington road trip at Whitman Saturday afternoon. The Logger men lost to the Blues, 120-78, and the Logger women fell by a score of 147-58.
The Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams returned to the pool for a combined meet at Redlands Saturday, and the Loggers lost to the Bulldogs, 153-46.The Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams returned to the pool for a combined meet at Redlands Saturday, and the Loggers lost to the Bulldogs, 153-46.
The wait is over. It has been a little more than a month since the Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams’ last competition, but the Loggers return to the pool for a non-conference dual at Redlands Saturday, Jan. 5, at 11 a.m.
Following three days and 36 total events in Wallace Pool, the Puget Sound men’s team team finished fourth and the Logger women placed fifth in the Logger Invitational, which concluded Sunday. There were eight men’s teams and eight women’s teams, in all.
The Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams welcome seven schools to Wallace Pool for the Logger Invitational, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2. Finals events are scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, 5 p.m. Saturday, and 4 p.m. Sunday.