The Texas A&M Aggies are establishing an academic dynasty in women’s NCAA Division I swimming.
With American record holder (and last year’s champion) Emma Reaney seeded in fourth place by over two seconds, this year’s 200 yard breaststroke could go to anyone.
Steve Bultman’s Texas A&M women qualified 16 women for the 2015 NCAA Championships – but many, many fewer teams will be at this year’s meet than last year.
Georgia’s Matias Koski took home the title in the men’s 1650 free on Saturday night, despite doing an extra flip-turn at the end of his race.
Caeleb Dressel hit a new lifetime-best and broke the 17-18 National Age Group record to lead the 100 freestylers on day 5.
Led by 2nd-seeded Hali Flickinger, the Georgia Bulldogs have four swimmers in the A-Final of the women’s 200 fly on Friday at the 2015 SEC Championships.
Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle have his teams in the lead after two days of the 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships
Led by Dan Wallace, the Florida men will have 8 scorers in the men’s 500 free.
Steve Bultman has coached some fast swimmers down in College Station. One of them–freshman Beryl Gastaldello–may have made history last night.
Dan Wallace anchored the Florida 800 free relay to a new SEC Record on day 1 of the 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships.
Texas A&M freshman Brock Bonetti began his first SEC Championship meet with a new school record.
With superstar Missy Franklin looking healthy again, new #1 Cal topped #3 Stanford in a dual meet last weekend, propelling them to the top of the latest coaches’ poll.
At the Texas A&M Senior Day swim meet against LSU, the Aggies decided to send their seniors out in the traditional way: with a granny-style inner-tube 25 race.
Texas A&M will host LSU on senior day on Saturday in College Station. Above photo from last year’s senior day.
Purdue commit Haley Rowell came up big in Austin, with 6 lifetime bests, including 3 new Olympic Trials cuts.