MARS HILL, N.C. – The King University women’s swimming team turned in a solid performance at Mars Hill University where they took on the host Lions and Warren Wilson College. The Tornado defeated Warren Wilson 159-28, but fell to Mars Hill 158-76.
RALEIGH, N.C. – The King University women’s swimming team split in the meet on Saturday. The Tornado dropped the first dual against Barton College and won the second dual against William Peace University.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Nicola Mead of the King University women’s swimming team had a solid opening meet, and that turned into some weekly recognition. Mead was selected Conference Carolinas Swimmer of the Week on Tuesday morning.
BRISTOL, Va. – The King University women’s swimming team started their season with a pair of victories on Saturday morning. The Tornado defeated Milligan College 110.50-88.50 and Lees-McRae College 129.00-46.00.
BRISTOL, Tenn. - The King University women's swimming team had a solid showing at the first Conference Carolinas Championships a season ago, and the Tornado are ready to improve on that finish. Head coach James Graves returns a pair of all-conference performers that should lead a talented group in 2018-19.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The King University women’s swimming team set a pair of personal records on the third day of the Conference Carolinas Championships, and added another conference champion. Along with the school records, three personal records fell on Friday.
CHARLOTTE, NC – The King University women’s swimming team competed at the Conference Carolinas Championships Thursday. The Tornado had some strong performances including Madison Wisley finishing first in the 50 yard freestyle event.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Leading into the first Conference Carolinas Women’s Swimming Championships, the league announced their academic all-conference honorees. Haley Carpenter of the King University women’s swimming team was recognized.
BARBOURVILLE, Ky. – The King University women’s swimming team competed against Union College Saturday afternoon. There were multiple individual personal bests as the team swam hard against a quality opponent.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University swim team took a break from the pool and their busy schedules to help and serve the local Bristol community. Head swim coach, James Graves, facilitated a volunteer day for the team on January 15 with Feeding America of Southwest Virginia.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Macarena Martin Mayor had a solid weekend for the King University women’s swimming team at the Fall Frenzy Invitational. She set a pair of school records and earned Conference Carolinas Swimmer of the Week honors.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The King University women’s swimming team finished their weekend at the Fall Frenzy Invitational on Sunday. Macarena Martin Mayor led the way for the Tornado with a school record in the 200 yard backstroke.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The King University women’s swimming team competed in the second day of the Fall Frenzy Invitational Saturday night. The entire team swam hard throughout the day and Macarena Martin set a new school record in the 400 yard individual medley.
FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. – The King University women’s opened the season with a solid day at the Emmanuel College meet. The Tornado defeated Bethel University, LaGrange College, Point University and Life University while falling to Emmanuel.
BRISTOL, Tenn. - The King University women's swimming team set a number of records last season and the Tornado look for that to continue in to 2017-18 under the guidance of new head coach James Graves. The Tornado return a solid group of returners to this year's team.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – King University Director of Athletics David Hicks announced on Wednesday that swimming head coach Jordan Schrotenboer has resigned to take an NCAA Division I coaching appointment. Schrotenboer will be an assistant at North Carolina State University.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University women’s swimming team will have a new home in 2017-18 as Conference Carolinas announced the addition of women’s swimming and diving on Tuesday. Joining King in the new conference will be Barton College, Converse College Emmanuel College, Limestone College and Chowan University.
CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. – The King University women's swimming team ended their 2016-17 season at the Appalachian Swimming Conference Championships in a four day event in grand fashion. The Tornado set 11 school records in Christiansburg and scored a total of 317 points. Macarena Martin Mayor was the top scorer for King with 41 points. King won bronze twice in relays in which Nicola Mead was in each of these races and she added a silver and a bronze finish in individual races.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University women’s swimming team had their last tune-up for the Appalachian Swimming Conference Championships on Saturday when they traveled to Union College (Ky.). The Tornado set four school records, but Union came away with the 112-104 victory.
EMORY, Va. – The King University women’s swimming team returned to the pool at Emory & Henry College on Friday night where they faced the home-standing Wasps and Milligan College. The Tornado came away with a 123-30 victory over Milligan and fell to Emory & Henry 115-74.