The NCAA D1 A and B standards have been released. See what it took to qualify for the last four NCAA Championships here.
Midseason week part 1 is here. See what teams are competing where this upcoming week here.
The #3 recruit in the class of 2023 Cavan Gormsen signed her NLI to attend Virginia beginning next fall. See the top 20 posts on Instagram here.
The #1 recruit in the boys high school class of 2023 Scotty Buff signed his NLI to Florida yesterday. Check out the rest of the boys class here.
Check out the Instagram posts by club and high school swimming teams with swimmers signing their NLI yesterday during Signing Day.
Not many of the top 12 teams from 2022 NCAAs will be in action this week, but Louisville will travel to Notre Dame.
The top 2 teams from 2022 NCAAs on the women’s side, Virginia and Texas will face off in a two-day dual meet this weekend.
The Florida men are coming off of a win over Virginia from this past weekend and will face SEC rival Georgia Friday morning.
Virginia kicks off their season this weekend against Florida. The team will raise their 2022 Women’s NCAA Championship banner as well.
Paige McKenna won the 1650 free at NCAAs in March and swam her first meet since having hip surgery on a torn labrum this past weekend.
Stanford has its first meet of the season against Utah on Thursday night. It will be our first time seeing Claire Curzan swimming in a Stanford cap.
Anna Elendt won the 50 and 200 breast for Texas against TCU Friday night. Notably, her 200 breast was a second faster than she was in October 2021.
Caleb Williams said that swimming tests everything. His teammates argued that football has defense, a big crowd, and 300 pound players coming to tackle.
Alex Walsh of Virginia was voted to win the 200 and 400 IMs by all 10 of the SwimSwam writers contributing to this report.