A four-year swimmer and 2014 graduate of St. Bonaventure University, MIke Burud comes to SUNY Delhi after spending the last four years as an assistant coach at Marist College.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for gold at the FINA World Cup following an 11-5 win over Spain.
Pitt’s first female national champion and 18-time All-American Kathy Stetler was inducted into the Pittsburgh Hall of Fame on Friday.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for a medal at the FINA World Cup after advancing to the semifinal round with a 15-5 win over China.
European champion Kristof Rasovszky is set to continue his unbeaten run in the LEN Open Water Cup: the Hungarian’s winning count stands at 7 in as many races in the last two seasons and now he is going for the 8th in Slovenia.
Victorians have the chance to catch all the action poolside as Australia’s swimming superheroes converge on Melbourne for the splash and dash, 2018 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships taking place this 25 – 27 October.
Johns Hopkins announced that Margaret Zagrobelny, who was an assistant swim coach and aquatics director at Susquehanna last year, has joined the Blue Jay coaching staff.
The USA Women’s National Team continued their winning ways at the FINA World Cup, defeating Canada 17-3 to claim first place in Group B at 3-0.
HARRISONBURG, Va. – James Madison swimming and diving will host four home competitions in Savage Natatorium to highlight the 2018-19…
Sam Petersen has been hired as an assistant coach of the New York University men’s and women’s swimming teams and will have a role in recruiting and on-deck coaching.
The lack of women coaches is not the problem, it is a reflection of a problem. That problem is a culture that does not value and support women.
This year LIU Brooklyn will host four home meets and have a few new additions to the slate as they prepare to make a splash at the Northeast Conference Championships in late February.
The USA Women’s National Team moved to 2-0 at the FINA World Cup with a 26-1 win over South Africa today. Team USA has now won their first two games at the tourney by a combined score of 44-3.
Title-holder Olympiacos (GRE), 2017 champion Szolnok (HUN) and 2016 winner Jug (CRO) will play in the same group in the upcoming season of the Champions League, according to the draw held in Barcelona on Wednesday.