Breaststroker Matthew Dunphy from the Winchester Swim Team has verbally committed to the Tennessee Volunteers. Dunphy admits that he was a…
Matt Kredich and the Tennessee Volunteers had a busy week, and that doesn’t even include the addition of Alex Meyer to their post-grad training group.
North Carolina sophomore Hellen Moffitt has already emerged in early October, swimming a lifetime best (and nation-leader) in the 100 backstroke against Tennessee on Friday.
Freshman Sam McHugh won two titles and broke two pool records for Tennessee, as several professional athletes from SwimMAC made appearances at the Tennessee-Queens dual meet.
Georgia state champ Ty Powers has made a verbal commitment to the Tennessee Volunteers.
University of Tennessee head coach got good news today with a verbal commitment from Emily Allen
Scottsdale’s Victoria Toris, the top swimmer from Arizona in the class of 2015, has named at least three potential college destinations for her.
Tennesse Alum and National Team member Brad Craig has taken on a whole new approach to breaststroke since his professional career took off. Here’s a little inside scoop with the Midland, MI native from a fellow Midland, MI native.
2013 Junior World Champion Luke Percy has decided that his swimming future is best served at home in Australia.
USA Swimming National Team swimmer Curtis Ogren highlights Stanford’s 5th-best-in-the-country class.
Tyler Fenwick and David Heron sat down with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant to talk about the past and the future of their collaboration in distance swimming.
Florida’s Sebastien Rousseau looks to lead Florida to their second-straight SEC Championship.
We might see this new breakout from top Tennessee backstroker Lauren Solernou at SEC’s in just under two weeks.
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.
Tennessee head coach Matt Kredich has landed a big international commitment for the fall of 2014.