MUNSTER — Munster senior Grant Afman says he has a “no mercy” slogan this season.
Hobart’s Emma Wright and Munster both appeared to make it look easy on Saturday.
Ozimek saved her biggest flex for last, when the sophomore closed out the 400-yard freestyle relay, holding off Lake Central’s Paige Bakker do…
The Duneland Athletic Conference girls swim meet comes to Crown Point.
There was never a question in Riley Henslee’s mind that he was going to the pool.
Grant Afman opened one of the best Christmas presents of his life a day early this holiday season.
The pool opened for practice shortly before Christmas and the Vikings officially opened the pool on Monday afternoon when they hosted Munster …
Andrew Alders knew he had a deeper responsibility than just swimming fast for the Chesterton boys swim team this season.
Kyle Adams has spent much of the last year leaving his mark wherever he’s gone.
Scouting the area boys swimming and diving season.
Now that she is a junior, Emma Wright is a sought-after recruit and her phone hasn’t stopped ringing this fall with college coaches hoping to …
Scouting the area girls swimming season
UNION TWP. — Evan Nowak looked down Mount LeConte at the Trillium Gap Trail below, amazed at how far he had come.
Tina Schmidt-McNulty is back for a second act with Munster's swim program.
After considering the many advantages both schools have to offer, Munster's Mat Pavlovich made the challenging decision to move on to Chesterton.
Valparaiso promoted John Arredondo to be the next head coach of its girls cross country program. He will replace Boomer Nellessen, who accepte…
Times sports reporters James Boyd and Robbie Weinstein present their County Athletes of the Year.
Emma Wright, The Times' 2019 Lake County Female Athlete of the Year, became the first swimmer in Hobart history to win a state championship.
Former Crown Point swimming standout Aly Tetzloff will be a member of the Los Angeles Current in the newly formed International Swimming League.
The thought of a Trojans swim meet without coach Kevin Kinel walking the deck feels foreign, one Duneland Athletic Conference coach said.