Division III St. Thomas has a potential new home: the Summit League, though that would require an NCAA waiver allowing them to jump all the way to Division I.
With the International Swimming League (ISL) set for its inaugural meet tomorrow, a few of the league’s top swimmers have weighed in on opening weekend.
After a bunch of blowouts in round 1, we saw things get very tight in round 2, including a brutal 200 free vs 500 free matchup.
One day before the kickoff of the International Swimming League, FINA has announced that it will be bringing back its Champions Series for 2020.
The Survivor 39 cast take to the water for their immunity/reward challenge this week, and it’s time for Elizabeth Beisel to show off her skills.
The Energy Standard team has announced its roster for the opening two weekends of the International Swimming League, bringing us to 3/4 announced rosters.
Western Illinois terminated former head swimming & diving coach Greg Naumann just six weeks into his season contract, university documents show.
Alvin Jiang (now a Texas Longhorn after a transfer from UNC) hit a lifetime-best 100 fly at Texas’s very-fast Intrasquad meet.
The three-time defending NCAA champions earned a majority of the votes at 55.1% – but the rest of the field pulled solid numbers.
California’s new law allowing NCAA student-athletes to earn money puts me in a tough position. On the one side is fairness, and on the other is swimming.
The two American teams competing in this weekend’s International Swimming League opener (the Cali Condors and DC Trident) have revealed their travel rosters.
The Wall Street Journal reports that federal prosecutors are investigating USA Swimming over its handling of sexual abuse cases and its insurance set-up.
Tickets for the 2020 Paralympic Games are on sale today, with some categories of swimming tickets already listed as “sold out” within a few hours.
Round 1 saw a lot of blowouts between our “seeded” and “unseeded” events. Round 2 should set up some more intriguing showdowns in our hardest event bracket.
DeVine, now a member of Team Elite, wrote that his being “kicked off” Stanford’s team “comes down to the fact that [he is] gay.”