Naples native Alexis Simpson, has made her verbal commitment to the FGCU Eagles.
Florida Gulf Coast University picks up another commitment for the 2015-2016 season from Maine’s Georgie Gardner. Gardner made her decision…
Florida Gulf Coast University has picked up another commitment for the 2015-2016 season from Indian River State College’s Barbara Caraballo. Caraballo…
At each meet, $1,000 will be provided for a first-place finish, $600 for second and $200 for third. In addition to the single-event prize money, the overall male and female winners of the season-long Series will earn a $10,000 bonus.
Coach Jay was honored for his significant contribution to the sport, developing swimmers from all levels, from the Olympics straight though to Senior and Junior Nationals, College, High School and Age Group.
The TCU Horned Frogs have earned a verbal commitment from Micaela Roemer, who will make a good foundation piece as the program continues to grow into the Big 12.
Many thanks to the National Select Camp attendees for sending these swimming photos, and to Kristy Kowal, former World Record Holder and Olympic medalist!
Last Friday Ryan Lochte finished his morning workout early and headed to Penn State to see the football game.
Hungarian Katinka Hosszu has resumed her winning ways with an early National Record in the 800 free in Beijing.
The UK is beginning to realising the potential the NCAA has to offer. Katie had 10 offers and chose FGCU.
Seton Hall beat Rider Thursday night, getting multiple wins from its freshman class.
College Swimming News / Swimming Video courtesy of AgreenProductions.
We’ve got the new Funkita collection, and we love their new print called “Occupy The Lane.” It’s the protest print for all swimmers and it got us thinking of some of those annoying problems at the pool. Image: “The new Occupy The Lane print by Funkit”
Click on the video link! This is worth a look!
Lou Petto has been hired by the Upper Main Line YMCA (UMLY) as their new Competitive Aquatic Director, bringing 19 years of coaching experience to Berwyn, PA. Petto becomes just the fourth head coach of UMLY since the program’s inception in 1971.