Shannon Fitzsimmons will stay within the state of Massachusetts to begin her college career next season, jumping from Crimson Aquatics to the defending Northeast Conference (NEC) champion Assumption College Greyhounds.
Take-home #1 from the Asian Games? Kosuke Hagino is the real-deal. What he does next, though, is still in question.
Amber Carter won two events to power the Purple team to victory. Check out a photo gallery of the intrasquad meet here.
Freshman Holly Morren and sophomore Aleksander Danielewski were two-time individual winners as the Gold teams defeated the Black squads in the Oakland men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams’ annual intrasquad meet.
The Orange team defeated the Brown team, 127.50-112.50 in 13 events.
Enthusiastic to begin the 2014-15 season as the reigning Mid-American Conference champions, the University of Akron swimming and diving team completed its annual intrasquad meet at Ocasek Natatorium in advance of the regular season.
First-year athletes accounted for 11 of the meet’s 14 individual event wins in a 174-124 Stanford win.
The University of Florida announced its 2015 inductees into the school’s athletic Hall of Fame, and among them is late-80’s swimming star Stephanie Zunich Donley.
Faith Johnson leads a retooled sprint crew while Molly Hannis continues to rise in the national breaststroke rankings for Tennessee.
Colorado Springs, home of the U.S. Olympic Training Center and the headquarters for USA Swimming, will get another Olympic attraction, a museum and Hall of Fame.
YMCA Swimming has put together this video, melding highlights of the YMCA National Championships in Indianapolis with coaches and swimmers talking about what YMCA swimming means to them.
Press release: Let the 42nd season of Florida women’s swimming and diving begin!
We’re down to the final day of the 2014 Asian Games, which will feature Ye Shiwen of China in the women’s 200 IM.
The Golden Gophers continue to mine their home turf, picking up one of the the top in-state sprint prospects in East Ridge’s James Tidd.
The Notre Dame women’s swimming & diving program has found its new assistant coach, promoting Ryan Von Gunten, who spent the summer as the team’s operations intern.