Matthew McDonald is transferring to Minnesota from NC State. His sprinting ability can help build up Minnesota’s depth in that area.
The Minnesota men defeated Purdue in the Boilermakers’ home opener. The Gophers saw top performances from Max McHugh, Desmon Sachtjen, and Gavin Olson.
The Virginia women beat Cal by 20 points in the first-ever dual meet between the two teams. The teams will compete in non-traditional events on October 16.
Ashley Lund, a senior sprinter from Rockford High School, has committed to Purdue University. She specializes in the 50 and 100 freestyle.
William Raches has verbally committed to Indiana University for the class of 2027. He will join a number of incoming sprinters for the men’s team.
After double-digit transfers from their team in between seasons, the Razorbacks dominated in their home opener against Vanderbilt and Drury.
With the team divided between the FIU Classic and the dual meet against UTPB, TCU came out on top at the dual meet for both men and women.
Olympian Melanie Margalis has revealed she’s training with MAAC and Georgia Tech after her move to Atlanta earlier this year.
Kylie Ney, an Arizona state champion in the 500 freestyle, has verbally committed to California State University at Bakersfield.
Watch the best races from the second stop of the FINA World Cup circuit, including Emma McKeon’s swim that tied the world record.
Isaac Fleig is the first 2023 commitment for the University of Kentucky’s men team. His versatility could be an asset for the team.
Max Hardart has announced his verbal commitment to the application process at Brown University. He has the potential to build up their distance team.
Tori Brostowitz, a versatile swimmer in all strokes, has committed to the University of Tennessee to join in the fall of 2023.
Megan Maholic has verbally committed to swim at the University of South Carolina, where she has the opportunity to add depth to their backstroke team.
Tyler Schroeder, a Georgia state champion in the 100 butterfly, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Georgia.