Matt Gianiodis

Men’s Swim and Dive Falls to Notre Dame

The MSU men’s swim and dive team was defeated by Notre Dame Friday night, 171-127.

The Fighting Irish started the night with a win in the 200 medley relay, and ended the night beating out the Spartan men in the 400 freestyle relay.

In between the first and last events, MSU swimmers had some strong performances that stood out to head coach Matt Gianiodis. Read More…

The Fighting Irish Come to Spartan Territory

Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving will be making their way to MSU this Friday.

So far this season, Notre Dame has swam against Olivet Nazarene at their own 50th Annual Dennis Stark Relays. ND came out on top at the relays, beating Olivet 240-140. ND lost when they faced Purdue, falling 161-139. Read More…

Women’s Swimming and Diving Sweeps Toledo

The women’s swim and dive team was at home against Toledo on Friday. They would come out with a win, defeating Toledo 187-110.

The women started the night out strong, winning in the 200-yard Medley with a time of 1:44.16.

“We usually react better when we come indoors,” head coach Matt Gianiodis said. “We closed down the outdoor pool last week. I really wish we would have swam this well last weekend because I think we could have won both meets. Read More…

Women’s Swimming and Diving Returns Home

The women’s swimming and diving team returns home to compete against the University of Toledo on Friday.

“I thought we did well,” head coach Matt Gianiodis said. “It was a tough trip. We bussed seven and a half hours on Friday and got right off the bus and competed I thought pretty hard. We put a lot of events on a lot of kids. I thought we did really well. Read More…

Swimming and Diving Falls to Iowa

The first Big Ten meet of the season did not turn out the way the Michigan State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams had wanted.

Both the women’s and men’s teams falling to Iowa, 196-103 and 171-126, respectively. Read More…

Pool Time – #18 – 02/14/14

It’s all about the Big Ten on this edition of Pool Time as championship week approaches for the women’s swimming and diving team. Host Max King previews the Big Ten Championship meet next week in Minneapolis, Minn.

Coach Matt Gianiodis says how his team is feeling days away from the biggest meet of the year, while freshman Sarah Love and senior Marcella Kupraszewicz share their perspectives on entering their first and last Big Ten championship meet.

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Pool Time – #17 – 02/07/14

It’s Michigan weekend for the swimming and diving team as they travel to Ann Arbor to take on the No. 2 men’s swim team in the country and the No. 20 women’s team. The women also travel to Toledo to end the regular season on Saturday. Hear from coaches Matt Gianiodis and Michael Hulme as well as senior Bryan Williams.

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Pool Time – #11 – 12/27/13

A special holiday edition counts down the top 10 moments of Pool Time for 2013. Listen to the best interviews, takes and clips from the beginning of the show, to the latest episodes. Record-breakers, Olympians, former and current athletes, coaches and more are included. What will be the number one moment of the show? Tune in to find out.

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Spartans Earn Second at TYR Invitational

TYR Invitational complete meet results 

As the first semester comes to an end, the Spartan swimmers and divers ended on a high note, as both the men’s and women’s team finished in second place at the TYR Invitational at Northwestern University last weekend.

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Men’s Swim and Dive Fall to Notre Dame

MSU vs. Notre Dame (Men only) Complete Results

SOUTH BEND, IND.–A deeply talented Notre Dame swim and dive program held off the Spartans Friday night 197-103 at Rolfs Aquatic Center.

The Fighting Irish came out blazing as they placed first, second and third in the 200 medley relay, with the winning relay going 1:30.54.

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Pool Time – #6 – 11/15/13

How about that new intro? Fancy, right?

Men’s water polo season is officially over as UCLA claims the 2013 national title. Host Max King breaks down the national tournament and reflects on the successful season Michigan State had, and looks to the beginning of women’s season in February.

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