Articles by Braden Keith

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast – Episode 1

In the first episode of the Fish Out of Water podcast, host John Culhane discusses the professionalization of swimming with Olympic medalist Cody Miller.


55-Second Backstroker Abby Henderson Commits to Penn State (Class of 2020)

Abby Henderson dropped big backstroke time in her junior season to enter the sights of the Nittany Lions.


Indiana Rounds Out Coaching Staff by Hiring Emily Eaton from Mizzou

Emily Eaton spent the last 2 years with the Missouri Tigers, including as an assistant coach in 2018-2019.


USA Swimming Reports 84% Ticket Sales at First 3 Stops of 2019 Pro Swim Series

USA Swimming reports that they sold $73,200 in tickets to the first 2 stops of the 2019 Pro Swim Series…


San Jose State Hires Whitney Jorgensen as New Assistant Coach

Jorgensen, who had been coaching with the Sierra Marlins Swim Team, will be taking on her first collegiate coaching position.


USA Women Top Hungary 12-9 to Open Water Polo World League Super Final

Maddie Musselman scored 4 goals as the USA rolled past Hungary.

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USA Swimming Plans to Launch Its Own Convention in 2022

USA Swimming is planning to hold a convention separate from the United States Aquatic Sports (USAS) convention beginning in 2022.

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All-American Sprinter Katherine “KitKat” Zenick Verbally Commits to Ohio State

Zenick swims for Southlake Carroll High School: the defending Texas 6A High School State Champions.

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After 14 Months Off, Cameron Craig Is Scheduled to Race This Weekend

Cameron Craig’s last competitive race was at the 2018 NCAA Championships, where he earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the 100 free for Arizona State.


$202,500 Up For Grabs at Women’s Water Polo World League; Far Less than Men

The winners of the men’s tournament later this month will receive $100,000: double what the winning team in the women’s tournament will receive.


Two-Time Ohio State Runner-Up Scott Sobolewski Commits to USC

Scott Sobolewski will be a part of the breaststroke rebuild for the USC men after big graduations.


Summit League Finalist Javier Quiñones Transferring to Oakland

Javier Quiñones will be the fastest returning breaststroker in the Horizon League next season.

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Sarah Sjostrom Finishes FINA Champions Series With $148,000 in 6 Days of Racing

The amount is smaller than the $314,4000 that Sjostrom earned at the FINA World Cup Series, but was also earned in 15 fewer days (21 vs. 6) of racing.


Levenia Sim Breaks Regan Smith’s National Age Group Record in 50 Back

Levenia Sim (right) with her coach Jan Mittemeyer (left) at this weekend’s Dothan Dolphins Water World Classic.


Top 5 Performances on Day 2 at the 2019 FINA Champions Series – Indianapolis

Katinka Hosszu lowered the boom in the final 50 meters of the women’s 200 IM on Saturday in Indianapolis.


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