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Peggy Ewald

Braden Kuhn, calm and collected, gears up for national run

Mar 01, 2018 - Comments: 0

Braden Kuhn is barely hanging on.

At least that’s how it appears. The slender and toned, six-foot-four diver is bouncing up and down on the three-meter board, teetering high above the water with only his toes gripping the edge of the sea-green plank.

The arches of his feet do all the work as he bobs in meditation, his eyes closed and arms suspended horizontally.

For a moment, nothing moves.

Ohio Northern’s natatorium, filled with once-raucous spectators, falls silent. Both teams in attendance watch in anticipation from the deck.

Season preview: Women's swimming & diving persists despite small numbers

Nov 10, 2017 - Comments: 0

The women's swimming & diving team will look to 'take back what is theirs' this season despite having the smallest roster it's seen in years.

Something to prove: The story of Amanda Everlove

Sep 27, 2016 - Comments: 0

Amanda Everlove thought- no, she knew- she was just like everybody else. She could do the same things as her friends, and sometimes do them better.

But people treated her differently after the accident.

She swam the same times and performed the same in school. But now she was labeled an ‘inspiration.’ She didn’t understand. She was nine years old.

Ewald coaches U.S. Paralympic swim team in Rio

Sep 09, 2016 - Comments: 0

Wednesday marked the start of the 15th Summer Paralympic Games, with the games being played in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Wednesday also marked the start of the third Paralympic Games in which ONU swimming and diving coach Peggy Ewald has served on Team USA’s coaching staff.


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