College Swimming Previews: #3 Florida Gators Face Huge Losses But Gain Top Recruit In Caeleb Dressel
The Florida Gators are heading into the 2014-2015 season with some of their major players from last year’s 3rd place…
ACC weekly honors go to Louisville’s Kylliainen, NC State’s Bilis, UNC’s Nyquist with second-straight diving honor
NC State’s Simonas Bilis, the kingpin of the team’s big win over Georgia last weekend, has been named ACC Male Swimmer of the Week for his efforts. Louisville’s Tanja Kylliainen earns the female honor after winning twice at the ultra-competitive SMU Classic.
Denver’s Ray Bornman was named the Men’s Swimmer of the Week, while Denver’s Amanda Sanders and South Dakota’s Sam Schutt were named the Women’s Swimmers of the Week for their performances Oct. 14-20.
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The RedHawk women are coming off an action-packed weekend, losing the season opener to Purdue, 199-94, on Friday, then bouncing back to dominate Xavier, 145-102, on Saturday. Miami is looking to extend its record to 2-1 on the season, after winning every event against Xavier.
Distance freestyler Minki Kang of Arkansas Dolphin Laser Swim Team is the latest to give his verbal commitment to the Missouri State Bears.
Darby Goodwin, an All-American & Academic All-American from The Pine School & Saint Andrew’s Swimming, has verbally committed to Villanova…
Tabahn Afrik has verbally committed to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who are putting together a fantastic, top-10 caliber recruiting class of 2015.
This past weekend masters swimmer in Los Angeles hit the water in Westwood at the 2014 UCLA Masters short course…
Cari Reiswig wins second-straight Mountain West Diver of Week Award as San Jose State sweeps weekly honors
San Jose State swept the Mountain West Conference’s weekly swimming & diving awards, with freshman diver Cari Reiswig picking up her second-straight award of the season.
A milestone has been passed in the history of the beautiful new pool on the campus of the University of…
Tim Welsh (pictured above) addresses his thoughts about the passing of Peter Daland and what the legend meant to the sport.
Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell continues to show a thrilling combination of sheer speed and closing burst, and nearly cracked 52 seconds in the 100 fly last weekend.
The newly renovated Minnesota Aquatics Center, which hosted last year’s women’s NCAA Championship meet, will have a new name beginning on December 6th, 2014.
Jay Yang from Sandpipers of Nevada has made a verbal commitment to swim at West Point.