North Carolina State’s Simonas Bilis earned his second-straight ACC Men’s Swimmer of the Week honor, while Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell (pictured) claimed the women’s award.
Dani Barbiea was named Women’s Swimmer of the Week after a 4-for-4 weekend on wins against the Razorbacks.
Defending Mountain West Swimmer of the Year Anika Apostalon is back into the conference’s weekly awards for the first time this year, earning Swimmer of the Week honors.
The Michigan Wolverines are on the receiving end of a big shipment of Big Ten weekly awards after hosting the huge Quad meet this past weekend.
Simonas Bilis is unbeaten so far this season and grabbed control of the NCAA lead in the 200 free this past weekend.
Dylan Bunch and Sam Corea led the way for Denver as male and female swimmers of the week.
Oakland’s Aleksander Danielewski (Piaseczno, Poland) and Youngstown State’s Madison Aranda (Missouri City, Texas) have been named Horizon League Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Week.
The rematch of the Arizona-Utah dual, perhaps the biggest college dual meet upset of last season, will happen this weekend, with UNLV joining the meet and hosting.
Fran Halsall broke a national record that was less than a year old while winning the 50 backstroke at the Tokyo World Cup event.
Ocean County YMCA swimmers Anna Francisco, Marissa Wagner, Emma Capro and Molly Griswold appeared on a Good Morning America compilation for their “Shake It Off” tribute video.
Florida’s High School state championships season is underway.
The Florida High School state championship season kicked off this weekend.
Coming off of road losses to the UNC Tar Heels Saturday, Virginia Tech got back into the win column Sunday, throttling ACC opponent Duke while breaking 4 pool records.
Alex Menke and Nic Eriksson each won twice for the Royals, with Eriksson breaking his own pool record in the 100 breast.
The Michigan were on fire this weekend, winning the high-profile Quad meet even though perhaps the best Wolverine swim didn’t even garner them any points.