Stanford has its first meet of the season against Utah on Thursday night. It will be our first time seeing Claire Curzan swimming in a Stanford cap.
Christie Chue and Maha Gouda claimed the AAC’s weekly awards after strong showings in FIU’s season-opening meet against Miami (FL).
Does saying “verbal commitment to the college class of 2028” sound foreign to you? Does it seem too early? Well, think again.
49.9/1:48 backstroker Joe Swain from Lake Shore Swim Club will suit up with the Bearcats in the 2023-24 school year.
Reilly already boasts times that would have led the Pirates team last season as she joins a loaded group of newcomers to the ECU roster.
Schuetze will join Cincinnati in the fall of 2023. She can add depth to the butterfly program, and joins 2023 recruits with specialties in all the strokes.
Two-time Olympian Leah Stancil has resigned as head coach at Tulane to take an assistant job an hour up the road at LSU, sources tell SwimSwam.
Another swimmer, Kayla Tennant of Queens has joined 16 other swimmers and divers as NCAA Woman of the Year conference-level finalists.
Pennsylvania High School State A-Finalist, Megan Unruh, has announced her commitment to the University of Houston for the 2023-2024 season.
The 2023 CSCAA National Invitational Championship will return to Elkhart, Indiana in March for the second straight year.
26-year old John Miller, a former swimmer at the University of Cincinnati, was killed two weeks ago in a hit-and-run collision.
NASA’s Sydney Nethercutt would have ranked 3rd on the UH roster in the 500 free and 200 fly last season.
Texas came back to take its second Division I Directors’ Cup, including big points from NCAA runner-up teams in men’s and women’s swimming & diving.
The entire top 10 of the women’s NCAA Division I Championship meet also earned Scholar All-America Status, led by Stanford’s team GPA of 3.83.
Bellile will be a huge addition to the team’s relays and as an individual in the freestyle events when she joins the Owls in 2023.