Due to the impact of the coronavirus on schools across the nation, USA Swimming has announced they will be altering the requirements for qualification.
37 NCAA swimmers were honored as CoSIDA Academic All-America team members, with Kentucky’s Asia Seidt winning Team Member of the Year.
CoSIDA has announced their men’s and women’s Athletic All-America teams, with the men’s featuring 11 aquatic athletes and the women’s having 15.
A total of 8 swimmers were recognized as Academic All-America, with Lukas Macek earning Team Member of the Year on the men’s side.
Albiero touched on the precautions Louisville is taking to allow swimming to return to the pool, as well as his outlook on the NCAA season and Olympics.
Two recent Denison graduates, Kustritz and Wang, headline 24 swimmers selected as members of the three D3 CoSIDA All-America teams.
Two ACC teams, Notre Dame and Georgia Tech, have announced their captains for both their men’s and women’s 2020-21 swimming and diving teams.
BUCS, the governing body over university competition within England, has announced an update for its plans during the 2020-21 school year.
Among a career of dominant swims and a dominant 2008 Olympic Games performance, a year prior, in 2007, Phelps was possibly at his most dominant.
Following a 41-year long stint as the head coach of UMass, Russ Yarworth has announced he will be retiring, to be replaced by former assistant Sean Clark.
As pools begin to re-open across the United States, the American Red Cross has released guidelines to help allow pools to open in a safe manner.
Bronte Barratt and husband Patrick Murphy, who both represented Australia at Olympic games, welcomed their first child last week.
As many states begin to allow the re-opening of pools, swim teams across the country are able to return to the water for the first time in months.
Australia’s John Coates says that October will be crucial in determining if the Tokyo Olympic Games can go forward in 2021.
Youngstown State University has announced that, due to the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, they will be reducing athletics budgets.