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Swimming News

College of San Mateo won five events and took third in three others on Day 2 of the Coast Conference swimming championships at De Anza College in Cupertino

In describing the upcoming Coast Conference swimming championship, College of San Mateo head coach Randy Wright said, “it’s going to be a dogfight.” Well, perhaps it’s a good thing he’s bringing a pack of Bulldogs to the meet.

The CSM team actually enters the contest up for the first time — that’s thanks in large part of the efforts of Jeremy Rodriguez at the Coast Conference diving championships. His performance in the 1 and 3-meter boards earned CSM 29 points.

CSM swim star Miya Oto won the 100 free (54.11) and 200 free (1:56.13) in the 15-team Panther Invitational at Las Positas College in Livermore.

The Bulldogs don’t have too much in terms of superstars, but head coach Randy Wright said the depth of the 2013 squad is its most promising and exciting attribute. “You don’t win championships with just your leading point scorers,” Wright said. “You win championships with everybody point-scoring.”

Iya Oto was two minutes away from land when she had to jump out of the English Channel and onto the escort boat. Her hour-long turn in the water over, and it was time for another swimmer to dive in.

On September 14, College of San Mateo will honor nine decades of its athletic legacy when it inducts 16 new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame. The distinguished list of 2012 inductees represents a wide range of success and eras over the past ninety years.

A year after inducting 15 members into its inaugural Hall of Fame Class, CSM announced 16 new faces whose names will be added onto the Hall of Fame monument come September 14.

The College of San Mateo athletic teams will not play at another Northern California location this season. They can thank their winning ways for that. All of their remaining competition prior to any participation in the state championships will be at home, making for a busy first two weekends of May at their hilltop campus.

The athletic programs at College of San Mateo decided to play a game of one-upmanship on campus last week.