Nebraska selected senior diver Abigail Knapton and junior swimmers Autumn Haebig and Izzie Murray to be captains for the upcoming season.
USA Water Polo has announced the 13-athlete roster that will represent Team USA at the upcoming FINA Women’s Junior World Championship, Sept. 9-15.
The Fighting Illini swimming and diving team has released its 2019-20 schedule. which features three meets in home waters at the ARC Pool.
Six of the Boilermakers’ eight home meets will be co-ed competitions. Notre Dame, Michigan State, MInnesota and Northwestern are on the home slate.
Molly Likins smashed the 200 breaststroke American Deaf Record in the 200 breast, while Emily Massengale earned the bronze medal in the 400 freestyle.
NC State swimming and diving head coach Braden Holloway rounded out his staff with the addition of Carl Weigley as volunteer assistant coach.
As part of the Affiliate Coalition, Bear Paddle and Aqua-Tots Swim Schools expand USA Swimming Foundation’s network of Make a Splash learn-to-swim programs.
Axel Reymond, from France, and Alice Franco, from Italy, were the winners of the fourth race of the 2019 FINA UltraMarathon Swim Series.
The United States Lifesaving Association National Team staff will take eight women and six men to the 2019 International Surf Rescue Challenge (ISRC).
St. Francis College Brooklyn announced the addition of Adrianna Warning as the school’s men’s and women’s diving assistant coach.
NC State has promoted Dan Kalupski to assistant coach for the swimming and diving program after two seasons as a volunteer assistant
Rutgers swimming and diving has released its 2019-20 competition schedule with five dual meets, a pair of home invitationals and multiple long-course events.
United States Surf Lifesaving Youth Team Staff select 14 rising surf lifesaving sport stars to compete in the 2019 International Surf Rescue Challenge.
South Carolina Head Coach McGee Moody has announced Marissa DelGado will be joining the staff as the operations coordinator for the 2019-20 season.
The 4th leg of the LEN Open Water Cup in Lake Ohrid saw Greece’s Athanasios Kynigakis and Portugal’s Angelica Andre earn their first win in the series.