Kristin Hill, the only head coach in Boise State’s women’s program history, has announced her resignation.
Nathan Adrian has gone under 48 seconds in relays more than any other swimmers in the US since 2010.
Lindsay Vrooman won the first of two individual gold medals for the United States tonight with a win in the 800 free.
Seth Stubblefield (USA) came into the meet as the top seed in the 50 free, and he’ll retain that position go into semifinals. He swam a 22.41, just .26 off his lifetime best.
Henrique Martins (Brazil) picked up his second gold medal of the meet, upsetting Jack Conger (USA) in the finals of the men’s 100 free.
Italy’s Andrea Toniato swam a 27.06 in the preliminary round of the 50m breaststroke, setting both new Italian and World University Games records.
Josh Prenot won gold in the 200 IM tonight, one of three gold medals for the USA on day three of the World University Games.
Lu Ying of China set a new WUG record with her gold medal in the 50 fly during the second night of competition this week.
Sarah Henry won the first gold medal of the World University Games. Her victory in the 400 IM was the first of three golds for Team USA.
Conor Dwyer — men’s NCAA 500 free champion and USA Olympic Team member — one of many men who can boast that double accomplishment.
Texas Longhorn Jack Conger is one of several swimmers making their second appearance at the World University Games this week in Gwangju, South Korea. Swimming preliminaries begin in the morning of July 4th.
Cal Bear Elizabeth Pelton will be one of many Team USA swimmers competing at the World University Games next week who will also be in contention for spots on the USA Olympic Team next summer.
Katinka Hosszu is once again entered in all 17 individual events in the last stop of this year’s Arena Pro Swim Series.
David Nolan will be swimming his first LCM 400 IM in five years at the Santa Clara Pro Series this week.