18-year-old Gretchen Walsh is now tied with fellow U.S. National Team member Kate Douglass for #7 in the world in the 100 meter fly this season.
U.S. National Team member Regan Smith (above) will race the 200 back, one of her World Record-holding events, during Friday’s prelims session.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde, Cal’s Jason Louser and VTech’s Youssef Ramadan have all scratched their Thursday events following recent college championship meets.
After facing Title IX violation allegations in 2009, sports medicine director Scott Shaw has been found responsible for at least 5 of them and has resigned.
The Minnesota State Mavericks won their 2nd Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference title under head coach Nathan Owens by about 160 points on February 13th.
Top performances by Indiana’s Andrew Capobianco and Mory Gould have more than doubled Indiana’s point total from last season. Ohio State still has the lead.
Tony Chen (above) snagged two 2nd place finishes and Luke McDivitt won the platform event, pushing Utah into an early lead before swimming begins on Sunday.
Isabel Ivey is leading a 1-2-3-4 Cal charge in the 100 free final, putting Cal in a position to potentially outscore four-time defending champions, Stanford
Maha Gouda’s victory on 1-meter and Lamija Medosovic leading a 2-3-4 FIU finish in the 100 back earned FIU a narrow 4-point lead over Rice going into day 3.
Freshman Phoebe Bacon is looking to defend the Badger’s 100 back title (won last year by Beata Nelson.) OSU’s Emily Crane was within .5 of her in prelims.
Chaney settled on a new lifetime best of 18.67 after posting 2 best times in the 50 free today. This makes him the 2nd fastest freshman ever behind Dressel.
The 2020-2021 season was hit hard by numerous collegiate sports cuts. Now, the USOPC has created a Think Tank to build sustainability within college sports.
18-year-old David Curtiss, the fastest American man in the 50 meter free this season, came within .35 secondsof his lifetime best 50 yard free time.
BYU men won the MPSF Championship title for the first time in five years. Their margin of victory was extended today by two individual wins and one relay win.
After 44 years of women’s swimming in the SEC Conference, Kentucky has secured its first-ever SEC Championship title by a margin of 53 points over Florida.