Round 1 saw a lot of blowouts between our “seeded” and “unseeded” events. Round 2 should set up some more intriguing showdowns in our hardest event bracket.
DeVine, now a member of Team Elite, wrote that his being “kicked off” Stanford’s team “comes down to the fact that [he is] gay.”
On the heels of California’s landmark law allowing college athletes to earn money, a Florida rep has filed a similar bill – with a much quicker timetable.
Harvard’s Raphael Marcoux will sit out the coming NCAA season in preparation for Canadian Olympic Trials in the spring. Marcoux would have been a senior.
The top two teams are clear. Everything after that… completely unpredictable. Our five voters take an opening shot at preseason Power Rankings.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law this week, allowing CA college athletes to profit off of their own names, images and likenesses beginning in 2023.
This week’s marquee matchup comes in the SEC, where #15 (men) Alabama is set to host #18 (women)/#13 (men) Georgia on Friday.
The University of Missouri’s mid-season invite will feature a handful of Division I programs, but also a few top Division II programs this fall.
The Cal men hold the nation’s top time in the 100 fly, 100 back, 100 breast and 100 free thanks to fast swimming at the King of the Pool meet.
September isn’t a very busy month of swimming for most Americans. But for Sherridon Dressel it was. Florida swam three meets last week and Dressel starred.
There’s a lot of agreement among rankers with the top four teams. After that… not so much. Stanford chases four straight NCAA titles this spring.
We’re pitting NCAA events in a tournament bracket to answer swimming’s ultimate question: what truly is the hardest event?
In the next installment of our data-driven series, we compare specific race metrics from Caeleb Dressel’s key 100 frees over the past four years.
Cal has the two best returning 50 freestylers in the NCAA. But they also have arguably three of the top 400 IMers. That’s what you call a well-rounded roster.
Two Florida women won’t be competing this NCAA season: Mabel Zavaros will be taking an Olympic redshirt and Layla Black has returned to Great Britain.