Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini is the top returner in the 50 free, but he’ll have to fight off a host of new names and faces for the 2014 title.
RIO Salado will move into the facility vacated by Sun Devil Aquatics, which moved out and merged with Mesa Aquatics over the winter.
Sophomore Nicholas Johnson was pulled from the bottom of his high school pool while completing a practice and pronounced dead after receiving CPR from some fellow lifeguard-certified swimmers.
In the 200 free, Joao de Lucca will try to defend his NCAA title, break the NCAA record and perhaps even top his 2013 post-race celebration.
Laura Ryan won a pair of NCAA titles returning to her home state of Minnesota with the Georgia Bulldogs. Check out her thoughts on the experience here.
Cammile Adams talks to SwimSwam Friday night about her collegiate experience and her training plans post-graduation.
Teri McKeever led the Cal Bears to a 3rd place finish last weekend including multiple NCAA titles and an American record for freshman Missy Franklin.
With the way he’s dominated the breaststroke events over the past few years, Kevin Cordes has to be the clear favorite to repeat in the 100 breast this week in Austin.
Kelsi Worrell was the NCAA runner-up in the 100 fly and also finaled in the 200 fly for Louisville.
The Georgia Bulldogs completed back-to-back NCAA titles this weekend. Hear from coach Harvey Humphries about the Bulldogs’ title run.
Missy Franklin wrapped up her first collegiate season this weekend with a blowout American record in the 200 free and a third-place team trophy for her Cal Bears.
Notre Dame’s Emma Reaney put up a pair of top-3 finishes this weekend, including an American record and NCAA Championship in the 200 breast.
The Georgia Bulldog women reloaded in a big way, and they spent Saturday night celebrating their back-to-back NCAA titles.
Nation’s Capital went 3:12.58 to break the 15-18 National Age Group record set by SwimMAC, with Carsten Vissering (pictured above) joining John Shebat, Andrew Seliskar and James Jones.
Emma Reaney dominated a tough 200 breast field to win an NCAA title for Notre Dame and re-break her own American and NCAA records in the event, knocking on the door of the first-ever 2:03.