Is this the year we see Arizona State take over as the best men’s team in the nation? See who we rank #1 heading into the 2023-24 campaign.
Fourth last season, the Louisville Cardinals kick off the 2023-24 campaign as SwimSwam’s #3 ranked team in the NCAA.
Our Weekly Wonders of Age Group Swimming series celebrates swimmers of every age and experience level with age group profiles of some recent results.
Perhaps the most highly sought after position in the sport, there are no shortage of candidates to fill Eddie Reese’s shoes next season in Austin.
Currently entering his 46th season as the head coach of the Texas men’s program, Reese has led the Longhorns to an NCAA record 15 national titles.
The NCAA coaches assume the same roles they held at the 2022 World Championships, with DeSorbo leading the women’s team in Paris and Nesty guiding the men.
Coming off a breakout season that included an SEC title, many predict the Florida women will take another major step forward in 2023-24.
The 19-year-old has been on the rise and could be Australia’s answer on the men’s medley relay.
The U.S. will return to its traditional staff of having three women’s assistants and three men’s assistants after they appointed eight assistants in Tokyo.
The addition of all-arounder Kathryn Hazle provides a big boost to Cal’s recruiting class for the 2023-24 season.
In light of this week’s news, SwimSwam is interested in hearing what our readers have to say and the past experiences they’ve had.
Reese Tiltmann (pictured) highlights a small but strong recruiting class for the Indiana Hoosiers this season.
Barelli was initially suspended for two years in November 2022, and then his ban was extended to three years this past March.
A highly-touted recruit in the class of 2024, Reyna joins the Sun Devils one season early after expediting her high school graduation.
Katie Grimes picked up four nominations for her performances this year, while Jack Alexy was nominated in three different categories.