Reagan Ragsdale, who recently helped Cape Girardeau Central to win their first ever Missouri High School team title with his double sprint and double relay wins at the 2016 boys MSHSAA Championships, has committed to move north to the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay in the Fall of 2017.
FIU is bringing two more outstanding international athletes to their roster this fall with the addition of Stephanie Hussey (Quebec) and Sara Gyertyanffy (Italy.)
CIA sprinter Lexie Winnett will be a potential game changer for the Lindenwood women when she joins their roster this fall.
The FIU Panthers scored verbal commitments from three more international athletes this week: Kelsie Campbell, Rachel Foord and Victoria Cantu.
Seth Mandel will bring great versatility to the UIndy Greyhounds in the Fall of 2017.
Swimming and mannequins work well together.
Five ASAA State Records were set at the 2016 Alaska High School State Championship in Juneau.
Two MSHSAA Records were set, and Cape Girardeau Central brought home their first ever team title at the 2016 MSHSAA Boys Swimming Championship in St Peters, Missouri.
Several swims that earned deep rankings within the NCAA for the 2016-17 season highlighted the tri-meet between Purdue, Missouri State and Iowa in Iowa City.
The groundwork has been laid out for an incredibly tight team race at the 80th MSHSAA Boys Championship in St. Peters, Missouri.
Rockbridge looks to defend their boys MSHSAA title but will have to fend off strong squads from Blue Springs South and Cape Girardeau Central.
Canadian OT Qualifier Rielly McNamara has given her verbal commitment to the FIU Panthers for the Fall of 2017.
The King Marlin Pro-Am Classic is returning to Lewisville, Texas this year with their sights set on making the meet larger than ever.
Artur Osvath set a Hammons Student Center Record as Missouri State and Drury split at Hammons Student Center.
The Minnesota women handed Iowa a loss similar to that of the men’s meet Friday night in Minneapolis, taking the Hawkeyes 186-114.