Sixteen teams start the hunt today but only eight will survive to play for the four Champions League berths in the third. Euro Cup play also kicks off.
Fresno State Swimming & Diving head coach Jeanne Fleck announced that assistant swimming coach Anthony Randall has been promoted associate head coach.
Elise Blaschke has been named head women’s coach at Rowan, after serving as assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s programs for the past six years.
The Waves launch the season at the PCSC relays in La Mirada, Calif. on Oct. 4, followed by a home meet on Oct. 10 and the Malibu Invite on Oct. 11-12.
The 13 newest T-Birds have already joined their returning teammates in the pool in preparation for their first official competition in late October.
Colorado School of Mines Director of Athletics David Hansburg has named Claire McDaniel the head coach of the Orediggers’ men’s and women’s swimming program.
Excerpt from the book Golden Glow: How Kaitlin Sandeno Achieved Gold in the Pool and in Life by Dan D’addona and Kaitlin Sandeno.
Tennessee named its six-person 2019 induction class for the Athletics Hall of Fame, including NCAA champion and SEC Swimmer of the Year Christine Magnuson.
Spain clinched the title at the European Junior Water Polo Championships in Volos (GRE) after a great win over Russia in the final.
The 2019 FINA UltraMarathon Swim Series concluded in Capri / Napoli (ITA) this weekend with Andrea Bianchi and Barbara Pozzobon winning the final golds.
Bryant University Head Swimming and Diving Coach Katie Cameron finalized her 2019 coaching staff with the addition of Aidan Devers as a graduate assistant.
Australia’s Nicholas Sloman and Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha dominated the 10km races of the penultimate leg of the FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series.
The Columbia women’s swimming and diving team has added a crop of 10 newcomers, eight swimmers and two divers, to the roster for the 2019-20 season.
Indian swimmers Swadesh Mondal, Veer Khatkar, Janhvi Choudhury and Astha Choudhary won 8 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze medal at the Asian Pacific Youth Games.
From September 9-15, 16 teams representing the five continents will be taking part in the FINA World Junior Women’s Water Polo Championships.