The top-ranked Texas A&M women’s swimming and diving team will host former conference rival Rice in a 1 p.m. dual meet on Saturday at the Student Recreation Natatorium.
Simone Manuel stole the show, but the A&M women took the title at the 2014 Art Adamson Invitational.
Stanford’s highly-touted freshman class, including Simone Manuel (above), will have their coming-out party this weekend in College Station.
Tiffany Futscher, a butterflyer/backstroker with the Dallas Mustangs, has verbally committed to the Texas A&M Aggies for next season.
The Texas A&M Aggies, led by senior Sarah Henry, hold the #1 spot in the latest CSCAA Dual Meet rankings.
The Texas A&M men’s and women’s Swimming & Diving will host the 2014 Art Adamson Invitational Thursday through Saturday at the Student Recreation Natatorium on the A&M campus.
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The Florida Gators, coming off of a loss to Georgia last weekend, will look to regroup in an intriguing matchup against the Big Ten’s Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Florida’s Jess Thielmann will lead the Gators against the Georgia Bulldogs this weekend in a heavyweight SEC battle.
Texas A&M freshman Brock Bonetti won the 100 backstroke as the A&M men nearly swept UIW.
Head coach Steve Bultman has taken an area where his team was weak and in 6 months of recruiting turned it into a program of strength.
Connor Long from SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to the Texas A&M Aggies.
Sarah Henry of the Aggies was on a mission in the 1000 free, winning the event by a comfortable 17.44 seconds over teammate Colleen Konetzke. Henry swam a 9:55.96 to take the win. That time currently ranks as the third fastest this season, beating out the previous third ranked swimmer, Gillian Ryan, who swam a 9:56.34 in early October.
Will Licon got the chance to add another gold to an impressive night which included a 48.44 100 back, and he did just that by winning the 200 IM. The Longhorn swimmer won the event smoothly in 1:48.18, beating Jared Butler and Gonzalo Carazo Barbero.