Both Kelsi Worrell and our readers were in shock with the final results in the women’s 200 fly.
Did our contestants correctly predict that Sarah Henry would take home her first individual NCAA title last night?
Cal topping Stanford in the 200 free relay was a big win for many of our contestants on day one, but a missed opportunity for others
Did you pick Leah Smith to win the 500 free tonight? Are you as happy as she looks in this photo because of it? Will she hold off Cierra Runge and the field tonight? Stay tuned…
John Murray will look to have another monster taper to boost the Longhorns to a title at next weekend’s Men’s NCAA’s
Missy Franklin, Rachel Bootsma, and Elizabeth Pelton have the Bears on a roll. They’re our pick for next week’s NCAA Championships.
Cristian Quintero and the USC Trojans shoot to repeat in the 800 free relay on on night 1 of the 2015 Men’s Pac 12 Championships
2015 Men’s Pac 12 Conference Championships Fan Guide: Cal Shooting For Three-Peat, But Cardinal and Trojans Will Make it Interesting
Seth Stubblefield and the Cal Bears are shooting for their third Pac 12 team title in a row
Michigan may extend their lead a bit tonight after a strong morning, but Josh Fleagle and the Ohio State Buckeyes are looking to make things interesting
Dylan Bosch and the Wolverines will are rolling. Michigan has the top seed in all three individual events tonight.
Justin Glanda and the Wolverines will look to win another Big Ten title in the 800 free relay on night one of the 2015 B1G Championships
2015 Women’s Pac 12 Championships: Cal Crushes NCAA, U.S. Open, and American Records in 800 Free Relay
Missy Franklin and the Cal Bears look to come out hot on night one of the 2015 Women’s Pac 12 Championships
Sarah Denninghoff and the Texas Longhorns are runaway favorites, but there’s still plenty of action to be found this weekend down in Austin.
Ivy Martin lit up the pool on night two of the women’s 2015 Big Ten Championships, but she wasn’t the only highlight of the session.
There are just two total scratches in the top 30 heading into the first morning of the 2015 Women’s Big Ten Championships.