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As NCAA programs begin their all-important mid-year invite season this week, now is the perfect time to look at how fast swimmers will have to go to earn guaranteed and/or likely NCAA invites this winter.
The No. 5/12 NC State men’s & women’s swimming & diving team is set to take on several nationally-ranked programs at the Ohio State Invitational at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion from Nov. 17-19.
Much-awaited mid-season invites begin this weekend, with Texas A&M’s Art Adamson Invite and Missouri’s Mizzou Invite among the top events on the calendar.
NC State topped Texas in a battle of top-5 programs on the men’s side and top-10 programs on the women’s side, the highlight of last weekend’s NCAA action.
The Houston Swimming & Diving team will return home for the 10th Phill Hansel Invitational Nov. 16-18 at the Campus Wellness and Recreation Center.
Shayla Erickson of Fountain Valley High School and Irvine Novaquatics has made a verbal pledge to the University of Houston.
Kathryn Morrison of Salisbury High School and Enfinity Aquatic Club has verbally committed to swim for East Carolina University in the fall.
You may have heard that today is “Signing Day.” But what does that mean? Who is signing what? Why today? What happens if I don’t have anything to sign today?
Connor Dalbo of Green Hope High School and Marlins of Raleigh has verbally committed to swim at SMU next year.
Siobhan Haughey’s Michigan Wolverines are one of two teams making big leaps into our top 5.
Known to most on the Hilltop as “Coach Mac,” legendary SMU swimming coach George McMillion has died.
Coming off an upset loss to in-state rival Texas A&M, the defending NCAA champion Texas men will travel to fast-rising NC State in the marquee dual of the weekend. Meanwhile the NC State women also battle Texas, with the Wolfpack ladies returning home from a brutal road swing in California against Stanford and Cal.
Texas A&M’s win over the Texas men was the biggest headline of the weekend, while the Texas women’s win over A&M was an upset in its own right.
LSU dominated SMU at the inaugural meet of SMU’s new pool.
The Houston Swimming & Diving team took home 10 first-place finishes in a 174.50 – 122.50 rout of Colorado State, Friday evening at Moby Pool.
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