Newly appointed head coach at UCSD, David Marsh expressed his delight with how the USA College Challenge brought out a lot of very beneficial racing this weekend
In what was somewhat of a surprise, the PAC-12 took the lead on day 1 of the USA College Challenge and kept it through day 2, capped off with a 41.9 anchor by ASU product Cameron Craig on the PAC-12’s winning 400 free relay.
In his first yards meet in quite a while, Josh Prenot put up some very solid times, winning the 200 Breast and IM, and placing 3rd in the 100 Breast
After missing the World Champs team this summer, Molly Hannis is reenergized and swimming faster than ever. Literally; she went best times this weekend.
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While Abbey Weitzeil explains hitting her stride at Cal, Kathleen Baker took a much needed break after a sensational summer performance in Budapest
Even though Katie Ledecky had her best post season finish of an international meet in 2017 (5 golds, 1 silver), she still has lofty goals she has yet to attain.
Tom Shields provided a great amount of help to Team USA, not only contributing to their victory in the 400 Medley relay, but also taking wins in the 100 fly and free
Lia Neal made her first debut as a TYR athlete last night in the 100 free at the USA College Challenge
After popping a 2:08.0 best time at last weekend’s SMU Classic, USC freshman Maggie Aroesty has done it again, winning last night’s 200 Breast in 2:06.88
In light of the fires occurring in Napa, California, and subsequently diluting the air quality in much of the Bay Area, a few of the cal post grads have traveled to UCSD for the week to train
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While SwimSwam was covering the SMU Classic, our own Coleman Hodges embedded with the Louisville women to document what meet life looked like for them
In light of the fires occurring in Napa, California, and subsequently dilluting the air quality in much of the Bay Area, a few of the cal post grads have traveled to UCSD for the week to train
Capitani has managed to bring the championship mindset with her from Athens and instill it in her Longhorn company.