Posts Tagged: Swimming

Jennings competes at National Invitational Championship

March 14, 2019

Boise State University swimmer Emmie Jennings of Eagle River was part of two relay teams that placed in the top one-fourth of the women’s competition at the CSCAA National Invitational Championship in Cleveland, Ohio. This is the second time the junior has participated in the NIT for college swimming. Jennings, of Chugiak High fame, competed… Read more »

Lindquist wins 400 IM, sets Hawaii school and MPSF records

February 24, 2019

Kodiak’s Talon Lindquist made quite the first impression at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Swim & Diving Championships in La Mirada, California. The University of Hawaii freshman won the men’s 400-yard individual medley in a conference record time of 3 minutes, 46.81 seconds, breaking the old mark that had stood since 2013 by .26 seconds…. Read more »

All-MWC swimmer Jennings gets 16th career win for Boise State

January 27, 2019

Boise State University swimmer Emmie Jennings of Eagle River won four races in two days against Northern Arizona in Idaho. The junior now has 16 career victories, including three relay wins at the Mountain West Conference championships last year. Jennings, of Chugiak High fame, owns five individual wins and 11 relay wins. She picked up… Read more »

Lindquist wins 500 freestyle, one of 3 Alaskans on Hawaii team

January 6, 2019

Kodiak’s Talon Lindquist earned his first victory for the University of Hawaii swim team during a dual meet with the Wisconsin Badgers. The freshman won the men’s 500-yard freestyle in 4 minutes, 34.46 seconds, beating seven other NCAA D1 swimmers. Lindquist, of Kodiak High fame, has turned in top-3 performances in previous meets, placing second… Read more »

Prep swimmer of the year Cummiskey commits to Simon Fraser

May 23, 2018

Kodiak’s Marina Cummiskey is headed to the deep end of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. The reigning Alaska high school swimmer of the year will continue her career at Simon Fraser University, a NCAA D2 school in Canada. As a senior, she won two individual state championships and helped Kodiak win a relay and medal… Read more »

Fox claims 9th All-American honor, NCAA D3 title with Denison

March 30, 2018

One of the most decorated college swimmers in Alaska history did not disappoint at the NCAA D3 Championships. Juneau’s Kenny Fox racked up four All-American finishes and helped the Denison Big Red machine roll to national title in Indianapolis, Indiana. The junior standout now has nine All-American performances for his college career. Fox, of Thunder… Read more »

Jennings swims to 3 Mountain West relay titles, PRs in 100 fly

February 16, 2018

Eagle River’s Emmie Jennings has come alive at the Mountain West Championships in San Antonio, Texas. The Boise State sophomore swimmer has picked up three conference titles in three different relays and turned in a personal record in the individual 100 butterfly. And she could walk away with another championship as the Broncos hold a… Read more »

Jennings scores 19 points in Boise State swimming win

January 20, 2018

Emmie Jennings of Eagle River scored 19 points and competed in four events as the Boise State swim team beat Wyoming 187-112 in NCAA D1 action in Idaho. The sophomore swimmer was part of the first event, helping the Broncos win the 200-yard medley relay. She swam the third leg as the team had a… Read more »

Lindquist swims to season-best times in three events in Hawaii

January 6, 2018

It was Senior Day for the Hawaii women’s swim team, but a junior from Alaska stole the show. Kodiak’s Tahna Lindquist recorded season-best times in three separate individual events for the Bows during a tri-meet with Minnesota and Drury in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her best result was a second-place showing in the 200-yard backstroke with a… Read more »

Jennings already leaving her mark with Boise State swimming

January 30, 2017

Just a freshman, Emmie Jennings of Eagle River is already shaping up to be one of the best swimmers at Boise State University. Her productivity was on display during a recent NCAA D1 tri-meet with Nevada and Northern Arizona in Boise, Idaho. Jennings, of Chugiak High fame, was the team’s third-fastest swimmer in two individual… Read more »