Mireia Belmonte finished her National Championship meet with her 5th and 6th event titles.
Miguel Ortiz now ranks 15th in the world in the 100 SCM backstroke in 2013.
World Record holder Katie Ledecky will be among the stars represented at the 2013 Winter Nationals in Knoxville, Tennessee.
A native Michigander, Elliott Schinella wills tay close to home and swim for the Wolverines.
The Michigan women’s swimming & diving team, with its third-straight fantastic recruiting class, looks to be turning a corner in…
Above, hannah Moore poses after officially signing her National Letter of Intent to swim at Michigan.
If Michigan wants to defend their 2013 NCAA Men’s Championship, they’ll need to find a sprint backstroker.
The defending Texas High School Champions from Southlake Carroll will take on a new kind of meet this coming weekend.
Several conferences announced their weekly swimming and diving award winners. Louisville’s Joao De Lucca, pictured above, is the AAC male swimmer of the week.
There ain’t no party like a Ransford party. PJ’s mom celebrated his decision with the above candy concoction.
The first day of the Indiana, Michigan, and Texas Tri-Dual swim meet finished friday afternoon. Michigan men and Texas women walked away with two dual meet victories each.
Ryan Sebastian (left), seen with Olympic medalist with Cullen Jones
Ian Rainey, of Westport CT, and Elliott Schinella of Orchard Lake MI have verbally committed to University of Michigan’s men’s and women’s teams, respectively.
Szaranek, holder of 47 Scottish Age Records, will join the Michigan Wolverines in the fall of 2014.
Alexander Katz from the Sarasota YMCA has verbally committed to Michigan.