NCAP’s Janet Hu has broken a tie for the NAG Record in the girls’ 17-18 50 yard freestyle.
Chris Webb will transfer from Virginia to Tennessee at the semester, though a decision has not yet been made on whether or not he will compete this season.
Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini was one of four swimmers to win the SEC’s Swimmer of the Week Award for impressive invite performances.
Tennessee took advantage of a relay DQ by Florida Gulf Coast to open up a lead while the Yellow Jacket men continued to extend their lead on day two of the Georgia Tech Invite.
The Texas Swim Center, above, is home to the state’s Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame.
“I feel the coaches at Tennessee are very passionate and have great things planned for the future,” said Coetzee. “I really like the team they have and are currently building and feel honored to be a part of something this spectacular. The spirit of everyone seems amazing! Go Vols!”
Caeleb Dressel has scheduled a visit to the University of Florida as well.
The Tennessee women have added a fast-dropping backstroke commit to their class of 2014.
Eric Ress wins three individual events to lead the Hoosiers to victories over Tennessee and Kentucky.
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.
After losing by 37 last year, Louisville won by nearly the same margin this year against Tennessee.
Matt Kredich has his Volunteer freshmen and sophomores swimming very well early this season.
Of all the exciting things that came from Tennessee in the 2012-2013 season, Molly Hannis may have been the most exciting.
The Tennessee women have picked up a strong program-building piece for the fall of 2014.