Evelyn Verraszto will replace Lara Grangeon on the Aqua Centurions’ roster for the 2020 ISL season, the league announced on Wednesday.
Andrea Ghez, a member of the UCLA Masters swim team, is the 4th woman to ever be named a Nobel Laureate in Physics. She was honored Tuesday for her research into black holes.
The 2020 U.S. Open Championships will be held 3 weeks earlier than normal and spread across 9 locations around the United States.
The top 2 teams in the 2019 International Swimming League season, Energy Standard and London Roar, won’t face off in the 2020 ISL regular season.
Greensboro Expected to Replace Iowa City as Hosts of 2021 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship Meet
The 2019 NCAA Champion Cal Golden Bears are likely to defend their title in Greensboro, NC rather than Iowa City, if the 2021 championship happens.
After originally committing to Indiana last November, Sean Swift has chosen to stay closer to home and become a Cal Golden Bear instead.
Anže Ferš Eržen spent the first 2 years of his college career at Iowa, where he broke school records in the 200 back, 200 IM, and 400 IM.
For the 2nd day in a row, USA Swimming Junior National Team member Claire Curzan has swum a new lifetime best in North Carolina.
Kirill Prigoda didn’t swim the 200 breaststroke at last summer’s World Championships, but on Saturday he beat the World Champion none-the-less.
Andrei Minakov, the 2019 World Junior Champion in the 100 free, won that race on Friday at the 2020 Russia Cup, swimming within 3-tenths of his lifetime best.
The Florida women, who return 6 of their 11 individual NCAA qualifiers from last season, held their first meet of the season on Friday.
The 2020 Winter Junior Championships will take on a different feel than prior years, with meets spread out across the country amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Georgia swimmer Gunnar Bentz swam his first race on Thursday since joining the Texas post-grad group, posting a 1:42 in the 200 yard fly.
USA Swimming National Teamer Emma Weyant will push off the start of her college career until next fall amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The University of Denver men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs have swept the Summit League team titles in each of the last 7 seasons.