Snow and freezing weather in Texas has led the Division I AAC to postpone the start of their 2021 Swimming & Diving Championships. Houston won last year’s women’s title.
The 2021 NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships will get underway next week, with a more spread-out schedule than normal.
The CSCAA released revised criteria for diving All-American honors in the event that a championship meet at any level is canceled
East Carolina has re-hired the head coaches of both the men’s swimming & diving program and the women’s tennis program after reinstatement.
TISCA Tennessee High School State runner-up Rob McCall will swim for Southern Methodist University beginning in 2021-2022 season.
Ioanna Sacha claimed three individual event wins in Houston’s triumph over Rice, while Nicole Stambo placed third on 3-meter against Texas.
Lake Oswego Swim Club freestyler Elena Gingras has announced her intention to swim at Tulane University beginning in the 2022-23 school year.
Austin Katz took care of business, punching his NCAA ticket, but other Texas men hit lifetime bests in off events, en route to beating SMU 170-115.
Based on current participation numbers, this implies that the NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships will be full-steam ahead in 2021.
Houston fourth-year Ioanna Sacha had a standout performance on Senior Day, winning three individual events while swimming on the victorious 200 medley relay.
Connor Dalbo won three events during SMU’s dual meet with Missouri, taking the top spot in the 100 breast (54.70), 200 breast (1:58.17) and 200 IM (1:49.38).
In the 50m fly at the 2020 Turkish National Championships last march, Hatipoglu won the national title with her lifetime best 27.82.
Barquero looks like an immediate impact swimmer for the Cougars; for some context, her 100m back lifetime best is under the US Olympic Trials cut (Wave I).
Meuter competed at the 2020 French Elite Nationals in December, where she touched third in the 100 fly behind only Marie Wattel and Beryl Gastaldello.
Despite losses of $800 million last year, the NCAA has taken measures to remain fiscally healthy during the coronavirus pandemic