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Swimming: LWC competes in tri-dual meet on Saturday

By Christopher Webster

The Lindsey Wilson men and women's swimming teams are set to compete in a tri-dual swim meet against Campbellsville University and Union (KY) tomorrow.

The tri-dual swim will begin at 11amCT at the Union College Center for Health & Learning in Barbourville, KY.


Both the men and women's swimming teams are unbeaten against Campbellsville, with the men leading the series 19-0 against the Tigers and the women holding a 23-0 advantage. However, against the Bulldogs the men maintain a 3-11 all-time record, and the women possess a 7-4 series record.

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