After an impressive summer, House has hit the ground running in his fifth and final season of NCAA eligibility.
Dugdale led the Queens (NC) swimming program to its first win as a Division I institution over the weekend against Davidson.
The majority don’t think any of Caeleb Dressel’s 2018 NCAA records will go down this season, but if there’s one that will, they’re picking the 100 free.
Irvine City Council voted 4-1 in favor of the state-of-the-art aquatic center during its Great Park Board and City Council meeting on Tuesday.
Entering her freshman year at Virginia, Claire Tuggle is a prime candidate to take a giant leap forward over the next 12 months.
Marchand’s #2 all-time 100 IM swim came after four other 100-yard performances where he was at or near last season’s NCAA invite time.
Kharun was removed from the U.S. Junior Pan Pacific Championship team after USA Swimming learned that he was not an American citizen.
A Shawnee Mission North High School girls swim coach was arrested on five charges of sexual exploitation of a child on Wednesday.
Some of the country’s up-and-coming talent wasted no time in establishing some quick swims to kick off the 2022-23 short course season.
DeLoof joins the pro group in Knoxville that includes Olympians Erika Brown and Kira Toussaint.
Schooling expressed disappointment but accepts the consequences of his decision after receiving a suspension due to cannabis use overseas.
Texas Longhorn David Johnston is among the names that could make a significant impact on the U.S. scene this coming season internationally.
2020 European champion Barbora Seemanova has joined coach Luka Gabrilo and Kayla Sanchez in the Philippines to train in the lead-up to Paris 2024.
Anastasia Davydova, a five-time Olympic gold medalist and the current Secretary General of the Russian Olympic Committee, has fled the country.
The pair have worked together since 2010, but that has now come to an end as Yasianovich has moved to the U.S. to pursue further opportunities.