Swimming is morning practice. The conventional wisdom is that at a certain point, you get as much as you can…
Brazil took home the most medals at the inaugural Pan American Sports Festival which concluded yesterday…
Big Ten announces plans to guarantee all athletic scholarships for life, provide improved health insurance for student-athletes
The Big Ten conference has notified the NCAA of its new plan to provide student-athletes with more benefits, including guaranteed scholarships through four years and beyond if an athlete goes pro and returns to school, plus improved student-athlete health insurance.
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The University of Iowa men’s swimming and diving team opens its regular season Friday hosting Michigan at 6 p.m. (CT) in Iowa City, Iowa.
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Rachel Kelch (green cap) has verbally committed to the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
As the first-year head coach of her alma mater, Krista Carlson is optimistic about where the Bonnies stand as they kick off the 2014-15 season this Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Western New York Invitational hosted by Buffalo.
The State of Oklahoma is hosting two pro-am meets in December.
Junior Nationals finalist Justin Ress has made a verbal commitment to join the Wolfpack for the 2015-16 season.
Cody Bekemeyer of SwimAtlanta will be a Gamecock next fall.
Kansas City Blazers butterflyer Rilye Fries has verbally committed to swim for the University of Nebraska next season.
Continuing the tradition of providing professional and amateur swimmers a side-by-side competition, the King Marlin Swim Club will host the…
Rising distance freestyle star Joanna Evans of The Bahamas has made a verbal commitment to the Texas Longhorns.
The Michigan men’s and women’s swim teams are being featured on Wednesday evening’s episode of ESPNU’s “Road Trip,” which travels…
The California Golden Bears Women’s and Men’s Swimming and Diving NCAA national champions were honored at halftime of the Cal-Colorado football game on Saturday.