UMBC teammates Gregor Sporlein and Ryan Green were named CCSA swimmer and diver of the week, respectively, while Liberty’s Kendall Hough earned women’s swimmer of the week honors.
Duke’s freshmen put up four wins against Pitt, and freshmen and sophomores were the team’s highest finishers in every single event in the season opener.
Nashville Aquatic Club breaststroker Elena Escalas has verbally committed to the UCLA Bruins for next season, carrying on the legacy of her father Rafael, who is a former NCAA record-holder for the Bruins.
California distance freestyler Allison Fogleman has made her college decision, verbally committing to North Carolina State this week.
A pair of Juneau, Alaska-based club and high school teammates have made commitments to state universities in the lower 48.
Another member of Nation’s Capital Swim Club’s great senior class has made a college decision, as breaststroker Christin Swanepoel-Stevens will head to Bowling Green State University next fall.
The San Diego State swim team added a pair of dual meet wins to its season record as it defeated Vanderbilt (121-113) and Arkansas-Little Rock (155-78) Saturday afternoon at the Commodores’ Centennial Sportsplex in Nashville, Tenn.
The Michigan State swimming and diving team defeated Grand Valley and Denison Saturday afternoon.
The Towson Tiger men and women took charge in their home openers, beating CAA rivals William & Mary along with Georgetown in a pair of triangulars.
The East Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams tallied 184 and 188 points, respectively, to defeat Davidson as the Pirates opened the dual meet season Saturday afternoon at Minges Natatorium.
Chico Piscina is a long course competition for youth (born in 2000 and 2001) and juvenile (born in 1998 and 1999) swimmers in South America.
The defending Horizon League champion Oakland Golden Grizzlies started off their season just where they left off, beating conference foe Milwaukee on the road.
The Notre Dame men swept the men’s meet, while the Ohio State women took home a narrow 10-point victory over the Irish.
Freshman Caeleb Dressel became the 4th NCAA man under 20 this season while Jessica Thielmann (pictured) paced two distance races for the women.
Several championship records fell on the second day of Chico Piscina Trophy. Chico Piscina is a long course competition for youth (born in 2000 and 2001) and juvenile (born in 1998 and 1999) swimmers in South America.