Michael Chadwick and the Missouri Tigers jumped into the top 10 after an electric performance last week at the Tennessee Invitational
Ally Hardesty and the North Carolina Tarheels are the biggest movers in our latest power rankings, but a familiar team still stands on top
Joe Schooling and the Longhorns are our unquestioned #1
Louisville isn’t #1, but Andee Cottrell and the Cardinals look to be in a good position as we approach November.
Katie McLaughlin won three events and was part of a record setting relay for the Cal Bears against Washington State
Minnesota sophomore Brooke Zeiger was a triple winner against the Seminoles
Brett Hawke and the Auburn Tigers snagged two more commitments yesterday, bringing their total list of commits to four.
Earlier this week, four-time World Championship medalist Eugene Godsoe announced he will relocate for the upcoming Olympic year to Raleigh, North Carolina to train with the NC State Wolfpack.
Top recruit Andrew Seliskar is one of many reasons the Cal Bears find themselves with another top four recruiting class.
And the winner of the 2015 World Championships contest is… surprisingly, not Katie Ledecky
Bronte Campbell, left, was a surprise winner of the women’s 100 free, where she faced off with her sister Cate
The men’s 100 free finish, won by China’s Ning Zetao, was one of many unexpected finishes on Day 5 of the 2015 World Championships
Contestant-favority Adam Peaty doubled-down with an individual win in the 100 breast, then added another gold later in the session
Once again, 100% of our readers correctly picked Katie Ledecky to win an individual event.
World record holder Adam Peaty was a no-brainer for our readers in the men’s 100 breast