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View the 2012 Swimming & Diving Championships on MAAC.TV
Courtesy: MAAC Sports  
Release: 02/13/2012

Edison, N.J. - Fans can log onto MAAC.TV to view the 2012 MAAC Swimming & Diving Championships, which will be held Feb. 16-18 at the Burt Flickinger Center in Buffalo, New York.

To views the championships, go to MAAC.TV/register and sign up for either the $5.95 one-game package, which will allow you to view one day of the championships, or the $15.95 one-month package, which will give you access to all three days of the event for a savings of 12 percent. Note: Only MAAC.TV subscriptions will provide access to MAAC Championships - school-specific subscriptions do not provide access to MAAC Championships.

Last year, Loyola University Maryland won the men's swimming & diving title for the third consecutive year after compiling 796 points.  The Greyhounds' Brennan Morris was named the Men's Most Outstanding Swimmer after winning four individual events, and head coach Brian Loeffler was named the Men's Swimming Coach of the Year. Marist College won its 12th women's crown after tallying 843 points, led by the Women's Most Outstanding Swimmer Kate Conard.  The Red Foxes' head coach Larry VanWagner was chosen as the Women's Swimming Coach of the Year.


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