Bermuda’s Jesse Washington will swim for the SMU Mustangs in the fall.
Eastern Michigan freshman Ben Gingher is transferring to East Carolina University.
159 swimmers and divers from the class of 2019, including 14 boys and 17 girls from our top-20 lists, have already announced their verbal commitments for the fall of 2019.
Following a recent rule change by the NCAA, student-athletes may now be required to train for up to 24 days consecutive days without receiving a single day to recover and focus exclusively on their coursework.
Dolan swam the 2nd-fastest time of her career in the 100 free in a limited event schedule on Sunday in Charlotte.
SMU women’s swimming and diving head coach Steve Collins has announced the 2018-19 schedule, highlighted by seven events at the Robson & Lindley Aquatics Center and Barr-McMillion Natatorium.
DI student-athletes will no longer need their current institution’s approval to pursue a transfer.
The NCAA has released its Division I qualifying standards for the 2018-2019 college season, including drastically-lowered B cuts and an A cut in the 50 free that has officially reached the 19-second barrier.
Earlier today, we reported on the NCAA’s new “A” and “B” cuts for the 2018-2019 college swim season. Comparing those times to their 2017-2018 counterparts shows a dramatic drop in “B” cut times in particular.
Lacey Kramer of Lee-Davis High School and Poseidon Swimming has committed to East Carolina University for 2018-2019.
Colin Feehery from The Shelton School and Lakeside Aquatic Club in Dallas, Texas has verbally committed to swim for Southern Methodist University in 2019-20.
A new proposal would extend the NCAA’s “year in residence” requirement to all sports, requiring all transfers to sit out a full year before rejoining NCAA competition, though other proposals would allow students with a certain GPA to bypass that requirement.
After two seasons with the University of Florida Gators, sophomore Taylor Delk has announced he will make the move from Gainesville to Tallahassee next fall to join the Florida State University Seminoles.
With Brett Hawke resigning after a decade as head coach, the Auburn Tigers have one of the most intriguing job openings in recent memory – and the buzz is that the frontrunners could be current head coaches at other programs.
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