Daniel Ramirez of Oklahoma Baptist went 46.28 in the 100 back to break the meet record at 2014 NAIA Nationals.
Even the great Nick McCrory has to earn his way to NCAA’s through the zone diving championships.
Texas’ Will Licon Secures NCAA Qualification on Final Day of 2014 American Short Course Championships
A lot of the focus on the American Short Course Championships has been surrounding the meet’s function as a last-chance…
Arizona’s American Record holder, Kevin Cordes, is the top seed in the men’s 200 breaststroke for tonight’s session of the PAC-12 Championships.
California freshman Ryan Murphy earned another win with a 1:39.21 to win the event.
Arizona State senior Alex Coci made a huge leap to win the 200 butterfly, dropping 1.58 seconds from his morning swim to post a time of 1:42.97.
The Arizona Wildcats have now swept the 2014 Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year awards for swimming. Last week, Margo…
Ohio State junior Steven Zimmerman should be headed to NCAA’s with a 1:41.6 in the 200 back.
RESULTS The final day of the 2014 Mid-American Conference Championship in Buffalo, NY ended with Missouri State University taking home the MAC…
NAIA national record-holder and two-time champion Ryan Searles of SCAD Savannah will be going for a three-peat tonight.
SCAD freshman Joel Ax broke the meet record in the 200 free on Friday night at the 2014 NAIA National Championships with a 1:36.71.
The final morning of the 2014 NAIA National Championships at Oklahoma City Community College is in the books. Oklahoma Baptist had another strong showing, as did ONU and SCAD, whose butterfliers Emma McKinley (foreground) and Hannah Legg will contest the 200 fly tonight.
Oklahoma Baptist men started the meet out with a record-breaking 200 free relay: Garland Sullivan, Daniel Robbins, Logan Lassley, and Daniel Ramirez.
2012 NCAA 200 fly champion Will Hamilton is the top seed in the same event coming out of prelims at this year’s Pac-12 Men’s Championship meet; he’s one of 11 Cal swims in an A-final on Saturday night.