Purdue had a share of all three conference awards after beating Michigan and Michigan State on consecutive nights to remain undefeated.
Theresa Michalak says she’ll have her full four years of eligibility for the Gators and could start competing as soon as Saturday, depending on her immediate eligibility with the NCAA.
Instead of granting waivers to allow certain transferring athletes to compete immediately for a new school, the new policy would have those athletes sit out a season in exchange for a full-year extension to their eligibility window.
Check out the replay of the fan-attended Google+ Hangout with Olympians and comeback swimmers Dara Torres and Brooke Bennett.
Trinity University has named assistant coach Michael Schuber interim head coach while current head coach John Ryan recovers from multiple eye surgeries.
Colorado State University – Pueblo has hired Brian Pearson as the first head coach of its newly-created women’s swimming and diving program.
Amanda Kendall appeared to be one of the rising stars of U.S. swimming before flaming out with two different college programs in six months. But she’s now back after a year-and-a-half hiatus, competing at the Austin Grand Prix.
Virginia Athletics talks with senior backstroker Charlotte Clarke.
Olympian and Canadian record holder Katerine Savard is joining a new club as she looks to take the next step on the road to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The North Coast Athletic Conference announced its All-Decade team from 2004-2013. Denison was particularly well-represented for men and women over the past ten years.
The Seton Hall men’s and women’s swimming diving teams continue to work towards the return to competition after recently spending the first week of 2014 in Ponce, Puerto Rico as part of a winter training trip.
Take a ride-along with a swimmer on the move in this GoPro music video from the Birmingham Southern Panthers.
Cramer was chosen as Athlete of the Month after breaking the school record in the 1650 and nearly doing the same in the 500 free at the Big Al Open.
Minnesota’s #10 women and #20 men won big in the midst of their combined training trip, while unranked Hawaii finished its last tune-up meet before its conference championships.