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Swimming: LWC to compete against Campbellsville and Union

The Lindsey Wilson men's and women's swim teams welcome in Campbellsville University and Union (KY) on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at the Holloway Natatorium. Swimming is slated to begin at NoonCT.

The Lindsey Wilson men and women's swimming programs are set to host SKY Swim Club at the event. The SKY swimmers will serve as guest coaches and will be on deck with the college swimmers, participating in all of LWC's traditions and cheering on the teams.

SKY Swimming is a youth level club set throughout southern Kentucky with one of their programs residing at the Holloway Center Natatorium on Lindsey Wilson's campus. The Blue Raider coaching staff prepares four practices a week as part of the program. For more information reach out to LWC head coach Alicia Kemnitz.

The Blue Raider men are 22-1 all-time against Campbellsville and 4-11 against Union. The women are a flawless 26-0 against Campbellsville and 8-4 against Union.

For the women, Azalia Gabdrakipova raced her way to Mid-South Conference women's swimmer of the week after earning two provisional standards and three wins against Campbellsville and Asbury.

Live video of the event will be available via the Lindsey Wilson Sports Network.

This story was posted on 2022-11-04 15:23:35
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