Six home events including the 2015 SEC Championships highlight the 2014-15 Auburn swimming and diving schedule, head coach Brett Hawke announced Wednesday.
Jacob Siar, a rising junior backstroker at Auburn University, has announced on Twitter that he will be transferring to North Carolina State.
Breaststroker Spencer Kerns and sprinter TJ Leon each received one of the awards, given to recognize and reward the NCAA’s highest-achieving student-athletes.
The Florida men should cut Auburn’s lead by about 100 points on Wednesday night at the SEC Championships. Find out how within.
Florida’s Sebastien Rousseau looks to lead Florida to their second-straight SEC Championship.
Former Auburn All-American Katie Gardocki, who finished her college eligibility less than a year ago, has joined the staff at Florida State.
Tennessee’s senior day celebration produced two senior SEC Swimmers of the Week. The Vols’ Lindsay Gendron won for the women while rival Florida got a men’s award for Brad deBorde.
Freshmen Allyx Purcell and Joe Patching each won a pair of events in Auburn’s sweep of the visiting Gamecocks.
The Cal swim team had at the very least a crowd of 1,500 at their meet against Arizona on Saturday, with hundreds more turned away at the gate.
The Gators certainly justified their high rankings, with the men sweeping the top two spots in the first four straight individual races and the women got three wins from Elizabeth Beisel.
Auburn’s NCAA Champion Olivia Scott is not with the team currently as she works through some personal issues.
Melanie Margalis was named the SEC Female Swimmer of the Week for her efforts against Texas and Texas A&M.
Texas’ Clay Youngquist was an impressive in the 200 free as Texas swept Auburn on Thursday.
Molacek broke four meet records at the high school invite, and led off his winning 200 free relay in a 19.83.
The Cal women are absolutely unreal this season, led by Liz Pelton, who placed in the top 2 of three different events at NCAA’s last year. How does everyone else stack up?