David Marsh is headed to Berkeley to assist Dave Durden with the Cal men until the NCAA Championships. A formal announcement is expected today.
In the latest move in a game of hot potato, the NCAA Board of Governors passes the buck on transgender participation policy, voting in support…
Roman Jones, a recent Cal commit and the #9 recruit for the class of 2023, broke the Independent National HS Record in the 100 SCM free (49.75) on Tuesday.
One week after announcing his official move to Austin, Casas made his Longhorn debut at the Eddie Reese Invite, racing the 150 back/150 fly/50 free.
Asia Kozan (2023) of the SET Swim Team, now under Mark Schubert, has verbally committed to the University of California – San Diego (USCD).
The #6 Lady Vols and #15 Vols kicked off the new year with victories over Duke and Queens University (Division II) in a double dual at Queens.
Carter Dickey has had major improvements in his freestyle times over the past year and looks to add depth to the freestyle-heavy Loyola men’s team.
Florida Gators freshman Brooke Zettel, the #13 recruit in the class of 2021, has recently entered the NCAA transfer portal.
Princeton’s Raunak Khosla won the 200 fly (1:42.4) in demanding fashion on Sunday, picking up his 4th individual NCAA “B” qualifying time of the weekend.
Regan Smith completed the 200 back/200 fly double in Greensboro, setting a new US Open Championship Record in the 200 back (2:07.09).
Thomas Heilman has dropped the 100 free but will race the 200 fly, which allows him the opportunity to go after Phelps’ 200 fly NAG Record (1:59.02).
On night 2, the Miami Redhawk women and GCU men have extended their leads even further over the other two teams. The GCU men won 7 out of 7 events on Friday.
Minnesota’s Max McHugh will have a battle tonight in the men’s 100 breast, as Texas’ Caspar Corbeau is the top qualifier out of prelims.
Ledecky dominated the 400 free heats, taking the top seed by nearly 12 seconds in a time of 4:01.64 while negative-splitting with 200s of 2:01.16/2:00.48.
Cali didn’t have Caeleb Dressel in Match 6, but several key Condors contributed to the team’s victory, including Kelsi Dahlia and Beata Nelson (Pictured).