USC freshman Hannah Weiss had a big inaugural meet for the Trojans, winning three events against Washington State on Thursday night.
University of Tennessee head coach got good news today with a verbal commitment from Emily Allen
Cody Bekemeyer of SwimAtlanta will be a Gamecock next fall.
Augie Busch and the Virginia Cavaliers picked up a verbal commitment from Hershey, Pennsylvania breaststroker Vivian Tafuto.
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Kristian Gkolomeev, right, will be on a mission to defend his NCAA title in the 50 freestyle as a sophomore this season.
Rachel Bootsma, Missy Franklin, and Elizabeth Pelton, celebrating their 1-2-3 finish at this summer’s U.S. Nationals, are three of the nine current Cal Bears (men and women) who made the 2014-2015 U.S. National Team.
Townley Haas recorded the top time on the night, but Paul Powers took home the title in the boys 100 freestyle
Thiago Pereira will not be competing in the men’s 400 IM
Laszlo Cseh is looking for his fifth (you read that right) consecutive European Championship crown in the men’s 200 IM tonight.
Florent Manaudou, who has had a great week so far, kept things rolling with a win in the 50 meter butterfly tonight.
And the winner is…
Cody Miller, celebrating here, was arguably the biggest surprise winner of the meet so far. None of our readers picked him to win.
Tom Shields was a surprise winner on night three.
Kevin Cordes was a popular night two pick.