Yesterday afternoon saw Florida International University (FIU) come out on top at the North Florida dual meet as they faced off against North Florida and Georgia Southern. FIU, the defending Conference USA champions, finished the meet out with top honors in 11 of the 14 contested events, including both of the relays that were swum for the day.
Now-retired Australian breaststroking champion, Leisel Jones, shares stories of how she battled depression, thoughts of suicide, even while on top of her game.
Gabby Vieira of the CSP Tideriders has given her verbal commitment to the Tulane Green Wave starting in 2016-17. After…
Red Wing Swim Club’s Hunter Connelly has given his verbal commitment to the Minnesota Gophers. Connelly is a pure backstroke sprinter, with…
See #4 for why Alabama head coach Dennis Pursley (above) is THE ONE.
Asia Seidt from the Lakeside Swim Team has verbally committed to the Kentucky Wildcats.
U.S. Open Water National Champion Becca Mann has made her college decision, verbally committing to the USC Trojans for the 2016 season and beyond.
Tommy Cope of the Dayton Raiders has verbally committed to cross state lines and swim for the Michigan Wolverines. Cope is…
This week, the German Swimming Federation (DSV) declared on their website (dsv.de) the names of the swimmers for the different German squads.
Nation Capital’s Katie Ledecky was honored last night in Kansas City at the United States Aquatic Sports Convention as USA Swimming’s…
The University of Southern California defeats University of Utah in their first dual meet of the season.
Arizona State men’s swim team won their first dual meet of the season, with Bob Bowman making his debut as the Sun Devils new head coach.
Marlies Ross from South African has plans to move to Tempe, becoming an Arizona State University Sun Devil.
Ohio State women extended their lead on the second day of the first ever Florida Gulf Coast Classic to win…
The Arizona State Sun Devils women’s swim team won their first dual meet of the season, with their new coach Bob Bowman, against the Oregon State Beavers.
With Day 1’s finals cancelled due to alarming haze levels in the open air OCBC Aquatic Center, athletes are more than ready to throw down some speed on Day 2 of the FINA World Cup Singapore