Both Brooke Zeiger (left) and Heidi Miller (right) find themselves in our 5th-8th ranked recruiting classes, Zeiger with Minnesota and Miller with Princeton.
Eleven swimming and diving standouts have signed with Texas A&M and will join the Aggies for the 2014-15 season, Texas A&M head coach Jay Holmes announced.
Florida’s Sebastien Rousseau looks to lead Florida to their second-straight SEC Championship.
Melanie Margalis and the Georgia Bulldogs are looking for their fifth straight team title.
The Texas A&M band showed up to play out the Aggies’ undefeated season on Saturday in College Station.
See how different teams’ NCAA hopes could be affected by the zone diving distributions.
Senior Jack Burley, a local out of College Station, didn’t join the Texas A&M team as a breaststroker, but on Friday, things really started to fall in place there for him anyway.
Florida Olympian Elizabeth Beisel was honored not for her traditional IM races, rather it was her freestyle that garnered Swimmer of the Week.
Fonua (middle) above poses at the 2012 Olympics with fellow Aggies Jeneba Tarmoh (athletics) and Breeja Larson (swimming).
The LSU senior class split in their final home dual meet, with the men topping and the women falling to SEC rivals Texas A&M.
Texas A&M’s Lili Ibanez swam, and won, her first 500 free of the season on Thursday.
2013 NCAA Champion Cammile Adams won all three of her individual events on Saturday in College Station.
Brittany MacLean went back-to-back for the Bulldogs, winning the 1000 and taking second in the 200 free to set the tone early for Georgia.
Texas A&M’s Paige Miller won a pair of individual events on Friday, including the 100 backstroke in 53.90.
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?