Patriot Aquatic Club’s Ashley Carollo, Sophia Goushchina, Helena Blumenau, and Ziv Marco have all made verbal commitments recently.
Week two of the SMU women’s swimming and diving season features a double-dual meet with American Athletic Conference rival Houston and Conference USA opponent North Texas.
The University of Houston Swimming & Diving team earns its second weekly award winner this season by way of Katie Deininger who is tabbed as the American Athletic Conference Diver of the Week.
Keyla Brown of Nation’s Capital Swim Club and St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C. has verbally committed to East Carolina University for the fall of 2019.
Following a standout performance at the SMU Classic over the weekend, sophomore Andrea Podmanikova was named the American Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week.
A ray of sunshine in the hard training month of October, the SMU Classic gives 6 groups of 8 swimmers and 1 diver from around the country to suit up and show what they can do
The NCAA is really just getting into the swing of its dual meet season – but before we know it, mid-season invite time will be upon us. In fact, we’re now only a month away from the first major weekend of fall invites.
See defending NCAA champions Mallory Comerford and Louise Hansson each score wins in Dallas
Louisville made sure things weren’t close, after coming within a point of winning each of the past two years.
Mallory Comerford provided some incredibly fast in-seasons splits, helping the Cardinals to five event victories and a 28-point lead after night one of the 2018 SMU Classic.
Louise Hansson will be leading the USC Trojans as they attempt to repeat as champions in the SMU Classic this weekend in Lewisville, TX.
The defending NCAA champions on the men’s and women’s sides remain #1 in the first edition of the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) dual meet polls released today.
Cincinnati sweeps diving awards, while ECU and Houston take home first American Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week honors.
1-2-3 finishes in the 100 fly and 500 free, as well as a handful of 2-3-4 finishes were able to boost Houston over Tulane in a down-to-the-wire finish.
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