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.
Lindsay Gendron won three key races for the Volunteers, and for the second-straight year, they’ve upset an SEC rival on the team’s senior day.
Florida’s Marcin Cieslak was named the SEC’s Male Swimmer of the Week for January 28th, 2014.
Melanie Margalis was named the SEC Female Swimmer of the Week for her efforts against Texas and Texas A&M.
The Vols put on a show against top-ranking opponents Missouri and Virginia Tech in a double dual in Knoxville, TN on Saturday.
Matt Kredich’s Tennessee Volunteers took huge leaps forward in 2013, moving from underdogs to legitimate powerhouse.
Marcin Tarcynski and the well-rounded Golden Bear men sit atop the mid-season power rankings.
The Cal women are absolutely unreal this season, led by Liz Pelton, who placed in the top 2 of three different events at NCAA’s last year. How does everyone else stack up?
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.