After a falling off a bit last summer, Allison Schmitt looks to regain her form and jump back to the top of the podium at first Grand Prix meet of the season in Minneapolis.
With two top backstroke swims last weekend, Courtney Bartholomew of Virginia deserves HardCoreSwim of the Week honors.
Arizona State kicked off their home season with a different kind of dual meet.
After watching the Michigan Wolverines walk away with the NCAA title a year ago, true freshman Ryan Murphy will look to bring the NCAA team title back to Berkeley.
After years of carrying on a friendly rivalry in the long course pool, Elizabeth Pelton and Missy Franklin will team up in an effort to bring the NCAA title back to Berkeley.
2013 NCAA’s was Kevin Cordes’ coming out party. What will he do for an encore? (Photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
The Stanford and UC Santa Cruz men opened the year in a different fashion, swimming an exhibition meet where the event to be swum was decided immediately before the first event by “spinning the wheel”. (Photo Credit: Scott Armstrong)
USC Head Coach Dave Salo is sending yet another swimmer to a major international meet. This time, it’s U.S. Nationalt Team IMer/breaststroker Meghan Hawthorne.
Stanford junior sprinter Maddy Schaefer won two events (individual and relay) to help the Cardinal top regional rival San Jose State.
How far will Arizona go? As far as rising senior Margo Geer can take them.
Freshman and top recruit Ryan Murphy bettered IM’ers Josh Prenot and Marcin Tarczynski to win the “King of the Pool” title in today’s swimming pentathlon.
The Trojans hope to return on the team podium, as pictured 3rd here in 2012, after falling down to 7th in 2013.
The defending NCAA Champions from the University of Michigan have added another IM’er to replace outgoing seniors Kyle Whitaker and John Wojciechowski in 2014.
David Nolan scored 57 individual points and swam on four relays for the Cardinal last year at NCAA’s. What will he do for an encore? (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Open water world champion and NCAA All-American Chip Peterson has been added to the staff (photo courtesy of UNC Athletic Communications)