The following is a press release courtesy of William & Mary Swimming: The William and Mary women’s swimming team put…
The defending NCAA champion Cal Golden Bears officially opened their season on the road, rolling past University of the Pacific with a shuffled early-season lineup.
Two-time USA Swimming 200 fly national champ Cammile Adams has signed on with Arena through 2016.
Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita has been hit with an 18-month ban after he was caught stealing a journalist’s camera at the Asian Games.
The UNC Tar Heels have expanded an area of strength, grabbing a verbal commitment from Lakeside Seahawks backstroker Heyward Harrison.
SwimAtlanta breaststroker Joseph Portillo has verbally committed to Georgia Tech for next season.
Shannon McClain of Arkansas has been added to the USA Swimming banned list after an arrest last spring for drug-related offenses.
Sinead Russell (pictured) is part of a big junior class now ready to be the faces of the Florida Gator program after the graduation of Olympian Elizabeth Beisel.
Danielle Freeman of Evansville and Sherry Zhang of Southern Illinois have been named MVC Swimmer and Diver of the Week, respectively.
Missouri State’s Paul Le and Bowling Green’s Victoria Griffin were named MAC Swimmers of the Week.
All three CCSA athletes of the week participated at the All-Florida Invite.
Saint Louis’ Brendan Hulseman and Davidson’s Meredith Nakano were named the Atlantic 10 Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving Performers of the Week, respectively, the league announced on Tuesday.
Swimming against only teammates, Carson-Newman put up the fastest time in school history in five different events last week.
Georgia state champ Ty Powers has made a verbal commitment to the Tennessee Volunteers.
It’s been a huge week for USC in recruiting, and the haul continues with rangy Cincinnati Marlins freestyler Allie Wooden.