Emory University alum and 2020 Olympian Andrew Wilson, and his head coach at Emory, Jon Howell, appeared on Today on July 26, 2021.
Former Emory University swimmer Andrew Wilson capped off the first of his two individual events at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, finishing tied for sixth in the World in the 100m Breaststroke.
Former Emory University swimmer Andrew Wilson will have an opportunity to swim for an Olympic medal after qualifying for the finals of the 100m Breaststroke at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
The wait is finally over as former Emory University swimmer Andrew Wilson will make his much-anticipated Olympics debut for Team USA this weekend as the 2020 Olympic Games are set to get underway in Tokyo, Japan.
University of Rochester junior diver Adam Hopson has been elected First Team Academic All-District by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America.
After two second place finishes at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials last week, former Emory University swimmer Andrew Wilson has been formally announced as part of the United States Olympic roster for the upcoming Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan as the Team USA swimming rosters were unveiled Monday morning.
From Division III to a two-time Olympic event qualifier. A remarkable story continued Thursday night as for the second time this week former Emory University swimmer Andrew Wilson has qualified for an event at this year's Olympic Games.
Former Emory swimming standout Andrew Wilson made history Monday night, becoming the first Division III swimmer to ever qualify for the Olympics.
Emory Graduate Andrew Wilson Qualifies for 100 Breaststroke Final at US Olympic Team Trials in Omaha
Andrew Wilson (’17) will be one of eight swimmers competing in tonight’s 100 Breaststroke Final at the US Olympic Team Trials in Omaha.
Head swimming coach Matthew Kinney of Carnegie Mellon University recently shared his "coming out" story on Outsports.com.