After a slow start to the NCAA offseason, we’ve seen an influx of hires in the last week.
25 Division I men’s swimmers and divers and 25 women’s swimmers and divers were selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District At-Large Teams, making them eligible for Academic All-America honors.
Transfers have been a major story of the NCAA offseason so far – but there’s likely many more in store.
SMU coach Eddie Sinnott has been selected by his peers for the 2019 National Collegiate Scholastic Trophy, which is presented to the coach who has made “the greatest contribution to swimming as a competitive sport, and as a healthful, recreational activity in the province of undergraduate and scholastic education.
Diving right into 2020: 170 student-athletes from the high school class of 2020 have already announced their verbal commitments to 42 colleges.
Stevens will be joining an SMU team that finished 5 points out of second place at the AAC Championship meet in 2019.
Stanford are the early favorites next year. A look at the field behind them.
The Stanford women earned their 3rd-consecutive team title at the 2019 NCAA championships, extending their all-time total to 11.
After winning their first NCAA team title since 2014, the Cal Bears moved up in the all-time rankings for the total team championships won.
Breaststroker Davison commits to Coach Lean Stancil and the Tulane Green Wave for 2019.
Watch all the race videos from the final day of the 2019 men’s NCAA Championships.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the excitement after the meet.
Andrew Seliskar of Cal is now the 3rd fastest performer in the 200 breast all-time, earning his perfect 3-for-3 meet his senior year.
In an effort to defend his 2018 title, NC State’s Andreas Vazaios swam the 5th-fastest 200 fly in history.
Harvard’s Dean Farris is now the third-fastest perfomer in the 100 free all-time.