Michigan’s Charlie Swanson was tabbed as Big Ten Swimmer of the Week, while Ohio State’s Jacob Fielding garnered Diver and Freshman of the Week nods.
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey and Maggie MacNeil, Nebraska’s Abi Knapton and Purdue’s Emily Bretscher garnered Week 6 awards from the Big Ten.
Maine’s Juliana McDonald and New Hampshire’s Allison Stefanelli were named America East swimmer and diver of the week.
The FINA’s Women Water Polo World Leagues European preliminaries kicked-off on Saturday November 3 and continued on Tuesday November 6 in various European cities.
Freshman Julia Filippova and freshman Wyatt Marsalek both received the weekly swimming awards from their conferences Tuesday morning.
The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving honors for the week ending Nov. 4, with SMU taking all four accolades.
Four-time Olympic medalist David Boudia is among the four divers who will compete for Team USA at this month’s FINA Gold Coast Grand Prix in Southport, Australia.
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is excited to welcome Matt Zimmer as Director of Operations. Zimmer brings 25 years of sales and marketing experience in the swim industry.
Following seven first-place finished in a two-day dual meet against Virginia Tech and Pitt, Abbie Dolan has been named Atlantic Coast Conference Swimmer of the Week.
Virginia diver Sydney Dusel (Naperville, Ill.) was named the ACC Diver of the Week after sweeping the diving events in the dual meet against Louisville.
Six divers, including 2017 world champion Steven LoBue, have been selected to represent Team USA in the FINA High Diving World Cup on November 9-10 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Five different members of the Cal Poly women’s swimming and diving team won two events as the Mustangs won 15 of the 16 events in a 170-112 win over Pepperdine.
The University of Miami women’s swimming & diving team picked up two dual meet wins Saturday at the Whitten University Center Pool, earning victories over Boston College and FAU.
The Terrier women topped the podium 10 times and swept three individual events, while the men posted 13 first-place finishes in a sweep of UMass on Saturday.
The Georgetown men came away with a convincing 178-120 victory over the Wildcats, while Villanova women won the dual 196-103.