SCS has implemented new policies that will cut off practices or competition if air quality reaches unhealthy levels – a response to the California wildfires.
About 70% of SwimSwam voters said Ryan Lochte would make the 2020 U.S. Olympic team, which would be his fifth straight Olympic berth.
The NCAA’s Division II Management Council officially supports the transfer portal model used in Division I. D-II could adopt the format in January.
Notre Dame rookie Jack Hoagland rattled his own personal-best in the 500 free, part of a stellar freshman group for the Irish.
It’s a battle for Texas supremacy as the #15/#12 Texas A&M Aggies host the #5/#2 Texas Longhorns – Aggie standout Shaine Casas takes on a tough Texas roster.
It’s been a month of fast swims at the college level, and two of the biggest dual meet wins have gone to Erika Brown and the Tennessee Volunteers.
Northwestern’s women broke a school record and rattled two school relay records in their very first meet of ’19-’20 and continued with two dominant home wins.
A 2018 search of swim coach Sean Hutchison’s apartment turned up no crimes within the statute of limitations, according to documents obtained by SwimSwam.
Center Hill senior and Arizona State commit Taylor Williams broke his own 100 BR state record, while Saint Andrew’s won both boys and girls titles Saturday.
The Tupelo High School boys won a 13th consecutive Mississippi Class II title. Madison Central’s girls won behind three state records from Cassie Howell.
There’s a showdown brewing in class 2A between perennial power Gulliver Prep and the newcomers Pine Crest, moved up from the competitive 1A class.
Joshua Zuchowski was an individual standout, winning the 200 IM (1:55.83) and 100 back (52.06) by huge margins in District 10.
Minna Atherton became the first to break a World Record in an ISL competition, sailing to the wall in the women’s 100 backstroke in 54.89.
Vladimir Morozov was the top money-earner at the International Swimming League’s Lewisville stop, but Emma McKeon was close behind before the $5000 MVP bonus.
The city council of Irvine, California has voted to move forward on a $250 million sports complex, including a major water polo facility.