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The Arizona Wildcats have received a verbal commitment from Longhorn Aquatics’ Quinn Carrozza to join the recruiting class of 2015.
The Big Green are welcoming 19 new freshmen to the men’s and women’s teams for the 2014-15 year.
The Redhawks are following a trend we’ve seen at a lot of program’s nationally this season and staying close to home this season.
Washington College is an NCAA Division III program located in Chestertown, Maryland. The women’s program finished 7th of 8 teams at…
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is a public research and land-grant university in Amherst, Massachusetts, and the flagship of the University of Massachusetts system.
Christopher Ip, assistant coach at Louisiana State University, will take over as head coach at Brown.
Your child is ready to start his/her next chapter hundreds of miles away from you. What do you have to show for the last two decades of parenthood? A scrapbook and an empty bedroom down the hall? Not to worry, your child’s college career also starts the next chapter in your life.
OU’s Shawn Kornoelje shares a mid-summer’s distance set that he did with his Horizon League championship winning Golden Grizzlies.
John Spadafina has been named the new head coach at Sacred Heart University, a Division I program in Connecticut.
Many swimmers will be heading to collegiate programs for the first time this year. Here is something that every freshman swimmer needs to know.
Brown University has hired Kate Kovenock as the head coach of the newly separated women’s swimming and diving program, the school…
Duke University head swimming and diving coach Dan Colella announced Wednesday, Aug. 27 the Blue Devils’ 2014-15 season schedule, which features three regular season meets at Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion.
One of the best resources an athlete has access to is their coach. A suggestion from Michael Klueh, a Dolfin sponsored athlete and swimmer at Club Wolverine, is to have a goal meeting with your coach.