Abrahm Devine of the Cascade Swim Club in Seattle has verbally committed to Stanford.
Ryan Dudzinski from the Upper St. Clair Swim Club has verbally committed to the Stanford men, giving them one more backstroker…
Leah Stevens (right) poses with fellow Stanford class of 2015 commit Kim Williams (left) at Stanford’s Avery Aquatics Center.
Matt Anderson (right) has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal.
Brad Zdroik from the Somerset Valley YMCA in New Jersey has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal, marking a splashy entry…
Kim Williams from Bellevue, Washington is the latest Junior National Team swimmer to join Stanford’s class of 2015.
The Stanford Cardinal received a verbal commitment from Southern California sprint freestyler Kaitlyn Albertoli.
First-year athletes accounted for 11 of the meet’s 14 individual event wins in a 174-124 Stanford win.
Stina Colleou and the Utah Utes will host the #2 Stanford Cardinals on Friday.
Utes’ Track & Field Sprinter Rhi Williams Back in the Pool, Just in Time for Friday’s Home Opener Against Stanford
Two-sport standout from Colorado, Rhianna Williams, is rumored to be making her first appearance for the Utes in Friday’s home opener against Stanford.
Swimmer Ella Eastin has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal.
USA Swimming National Team swimmer Curtis Ogren highlights Stanford’s 5th-best-in-the-country class.
Stanford post grad jumps halfway across the country to take his swimming to new heights.
Arizona’s Margo Geer leads a loaded 100 free field that includes Cal star Missy Franklin and 50 free champion Kasey Carlson.
The Golden Bears put 13 swimmers up, almost double what Stanford or USC had this morning. They’ll need to make the most of it, though, as they trail Stanford by over 100 and USC by almost 50 after last night.