Meaghan O’Donnell to Swim for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Hannah Burdge has verbally committed to Florida Gulf Coast University.
“Swimmers, Swim Teams, and Olympians celebrated Halloween! Above, Olympic icon, Natalie Coughlin as a zombie.” (Swim Photo Credit: The Swimming Family)
Madison Wright from the Kingfish Aquatic Club of Waterford, Michigan has verbally committed to the USC Trojans. Wright is primarily…
Zhada Fields from the Greater Toledo Swim Club and Saint Ursula Academy has verbally committed to the North Carolina Tar…
Notre Dame High School senior Jake Preaskorn has verbally committed to the West Virginia Mountaineers.
Emma Schanz has a very unique training story that goes along with a very unique set of primary events.
Augie Busch and the Virginia Cavaliers picked up a verbal commitment from Hershey, Pennsylvania breaststroker Vivian Tafuto.
2015 Women’s Swimming & Diving Predicted Order of Finish (2014 Conference Championship Finish) 1. Richmond (1st) 2. Fordham (2nd) 3….
SMU finished the 2013-14 season with a 20th-place finish at the NCAA Championship in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Mustangs compiled six All-America honors from five different student-athletes.
2015 St. Bonaventure Men’s Swimming & Diving Predicted Order of Finish (2014 Conference Championship Finish) 1. St. Bonaventure (1st) 2….
“We’re looking forward to Wednesday’s meet,” said Harvey Humphries, Georgia’s Acting Head Coach. “It’s like any sport in that you practice and practice and you look forward to competing against someone else. It’s early in the training, but you always get excited when you can race someone.”
“We’re thrilled to have Ashley back working with us,” said Duke Head Coach Dan Colella. “She has a very storied history with Duke swimming and is one of the individuals that really helped us put the program back on the national scene.”
Scottsdale’s Victoria Toris, the top swimmer from Arizona in the class of 2015, has named at least three potential college destinations for her.
When your college career is over, and all is said and done, your swimming stats aren’t what’s most important about the sport. Nobody will remember who DQ’d that last relay to lose the meet, or who set what records when. The relationships you gain from your teammates in college are one of a kind; learn to leverage and appreciate them, and your school and swimming will take care of itself.