Indiana University Athletics announced that women’s swimming’s Lilly King and men’s soccer’s Andrew Gutman have been named IU’s 2018-19 Athletes of the Year.
Eight of the world’s men’s water polo powerhouses are in Belgrade, Serbia, this week to fight for the FINA Water Polo World League Super Final crown.
The Davenport University athletic department hired Don Kimble as an assistant coach for the swimming and diving programs effective July 1, 2019.
On June 22, the world’s best cliff divers return to the the visually stunning volcanic island in the Portuguese Azores for the 8th year in a row.
Since 1967, the summer brings Europe’s best age-group athletes together in swimming, diving, artistic swimming, open water and water polo.
Director of Athletics Pam Samuelson announced the hiring of Michael “Mike” Tubb as head coach of the Susquehanna men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs.
Washington State swimming completed its 2019 signing class with eight additional signees, upping the total number of newcomers to 12.
James Madison swimming & diving Head Coach Dane Pedersen announced its 2019 commits as eight Dukes join the program for the 2019-2020 campaign.
Athletes from China earned five gold medals – out of 10 – in the fifth leg of the 2019 FINA Diving Grand Prix, held in Bolzano (ITA), on June 14-16.
The Ukraine largely dominated the 2019 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Budapest (HUN), earning 7 gold out of the 10 titles at stake.
How do we coaches keep our swimmers enthusiastic at the end of a long school year? Shake Things Up. Take your typical workout style and rearrange it.
Indiana University Vice President and Director of Athletics Fred Glass announced the hiring of Taylor Dodson as head coach of the Indiana water polo program.
Kristof Rasovszky, from Hungary, and Ana Marcela Cunha, representing Brazil, were the winners of the fourth leg of the 2019 FINA Marathon Swim World Series.
The University of Pittsburgh announced the 2019 Pitt Athletics Hall of Fame 12-member induction class, including Olympic swimmer Sue Heon.
The Virginia Sports Information Directors named two all-state teams with 32 athletes and 11 relays earning all-state nods.