Cody Bybee was stellar in his three individual swims, earning wins in all of them.
Brinegar has committed to Indiana University, and they will certainly be looking forward to getting him on campus– his time is faster than the school record by almost thirteen seconds.
Kibler’s time is just .12 off of the NCAA ‘A’ cut, a standard hard to achieve in its own right, but all the more impressive coming from a high school senior.
Carson Foster posted a 1:34.19 to win the 200 free.
Cody Bybee won the 200 free by over nine seconds with an impressive time of 1:34.02.
The 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship pre-selection psych sheets are out, with Stanford’s Ally Howe choosing both backstrokes and the…
The Madison West boys won their first Wisconsin state championship since they won the meet back in 1993, the first year that the meet was separated into two divisions.
The 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship pre-selection psych sheets are out, and USC’s Louise Hansson is swimming a somewhat…
The 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship pre-selection psych sheets are out, with Stanford’s Brooke Forde opting out of the 200…
The Kenyon women and Denison men swam to NCAC conference titles over the weekend, with notable performances shown by Kenyon freshman Crile Hart.
McHugh set a national record, while Monona Grove controlled the team race at the Wisconsin D2 Champs.
Not only is that time a new best by almost five seconds, but her time ranks her 13th in Division I this year.
The Stanford women are the heavy favorites to take the 2018 Pac-12 crown and successfully defend their 2017 title, which was their first since 2014.
A deep freestyle group is a tried and true formula for success, and that’s exactly what Virginia has on its roster.
The Michigan Wolverines took the crown at the 2018 B1G Women’s Championships, dominating the meet with 1,465 points.