The CAA is getting much faster! Numerous CAA records came down on Day 1 of the CAA Championships.
The Michigan Wolverines, last year’s national champions, will be hard to beat at this year’s Big Ten Championships.
Ryan Feeley of the Badger Swim Club breaks several meet records at the Senior Metropolitan Championships.
University of Georgia senior, Shannon Vreeland, talks about the women’s team’s win at the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships held…
Denver is ready to take control of the Summit League in their first year as members of the conference.
University of Notre Dame senior Colin Babcock produced a video about the inner thoughts of a collegiate swimmer.
Michael Andrew re-breaks his NAG record in the 200 IM at the 2014 Orlando Grand Prix.
Carmel Wins 28th Consecutive Indiana State Championship, Breaking All 3 National High School Relay Records
Carmel High School makes history with their 28th consecutive Indiana High School State Championship. They are the first girls team to ever break all three national high school relay records in one meet.
We can now comfortably say that the 2014 Carmel High School Girls team is the best group of girls that…
Claire Adams splits a 22.66 as the second leg of the record setting 200 freestyle relay.
Veronica Burchill completed the butterfly leg on Carmel’s record breaking 200 medley relay.
Ryan Lochte is in Orlando and ready to swim on the final day of the Orlando Grand Prix.
If I Had 2 Million Dollars, I’d Fill a Pool With Spaghetti (And Other Ways to Spend Atrocious Sums of Money)
Recently, a few of our twitter followers tweeted some thought provoking questions and ideas to our twitter account. If you could fill a pool with something other than water, what would it be? How much would you need? And finally, how much would it cost?
Oakland University traveled south to Indianapolis to take on their former conference rival, the IUPUI Jaguars. The Golden Grizzlies joined…
Michael Andrew is one of the headliners at the Schroeder YMCA A+ meet in Brown Deer, Wisconsin this weekend, and on…