Badger pride abounds this weekend as we watch Badgers, young and old, swimmers and coaches, represent themselves in two big races. Good luck to you all- we’ll be watching!

The Men’s NCAA championships, the fastest yard meet in the world, is in full swing at Iowa University and we want to wish all Badgers who are present the best of luck.

Good luck to Badger swimmer, Patrick Conaton, representing Stanford University, swimming the 100 & 200 backstroke.

Good luck to Badger swimmer, Brian Hogan, representing Yale University, swimming the 500 &1600 yard freestyle.

Good luck to Badger Alum, Wyatt Collins, serving his second year as assistant coach to the Texas Longhorns.

Good luck to former Badger coach, Kaitlyn Ferguson, serving as assistant coach to Penn State.

NCAA’s aren’t the only thing to keep an eye on this weekend- The Crippen cup is a 10K open water event in Miramar Lakes, Florida.

Good luck to Badger swimmer, Ryan Feeley, swimming in the Crippen Cup.

Ryan is in good hands in Florida with an original Badger at his side- John’s cousin and very first assistant coach, Eddie Collins. Eddie currently resides in Cape Coral, Florida as Swim Florida’s head coach.

Best of luck to you all!

Check out the links to the events:


Crippen Cup



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