In two competitions televised on the Pac-12 Network, the Golden Bears will host Arizona State Friday and Arizona Saturday at Spieker Aquatics Complex.
Oakland will take on Michigan State on the road this week before returning home for senior night against Cleveland State and Xavier.
Louisville standouts Joao de Lucca and Kelsi Worrell have combined for 8 AAC Swimmer of the Year awards this season after sweeping the weekly honors for the week of January 21.
Lily Moldenhauer was one of three Longhorns to earn weekly honors after a pair of dual meets with Auburn and Georgia.
After more than 20 years in the Big East, the PItt Panthers are in their first season in the expanded ACC. Pitt coach Chuck Knoles talked to SwimSwam about the transition experience so far.
Wolverine junior Richard Funk is swimming faster and faster at a time when most aren’t. It’s a unique place to be in January, but a place in which Funk and his Michigan teammates have thrived.
Utah swimming and diving will be competing against BYU in the Deseret First Duel meet this Friday, Jan. 24, at the Richard’s Building in Provo, beginning at 5:00 p.m. MT.
The Stanford women’s swimming and diving team will be back at Avery Aquatics Center for the first time since Nov. 2, when the Cardinal hosts Arizona (Jan. 24) and Arizona State (Jan. 25) this weekend.
Freshman Matteo Fraschi broke the DSU record in the 200 breast, one of his two wins on the night. Delta State beat Henderson State’s men and women, and also topped West Florida’s women.
Training partners Conor Dwyer and Yannick Agnel are tied as the top money-earners on the Grand Prix after 2 of 6 stops. Each has taken in $2700.
After holding a 41-point lead after day one at the Worcester City Championship, the Assumption College women’s swimming and diving team pulled away on day two to capture its second straight city title against Division I Holy Cross, WPI and Clark University.
Yannick Agnel won the 1500 free over a pair of international distance stars – that means the Frenchman won the 200, 400 and 1500 frees and finished second in the 100 over the course of this weekend.
Although Tyler Clary (far left) is a scratch today, (L-R) Matt Grevers, Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley will all collide in the men’s 100 back on the final day of action in Austin, Texas.
Ryan Murphy, Cal freshman and backstroker extraordinaire, talks about his experiment with a new race plan in his 200 backstroke win at the Austin Grand Prix.
Tunisia’s Ous Mellouli catches up with SwimSwam about his Austin Grand Prix performances and his adjustment to joining NBAC’s training group.