The SMU men’s swimming & diving team will split its squad this weekend, as the swimmers host the LSU Tigers on Saturday, Jan. 3, and the divers travel to Knoxville for the Tennessee Diving Invitational.
John Murray and the Texas Longhorns are rolling. Spoiler alert: they’re still #1.
Rachel Moody (above) and Casey Clark each broke Rice School Records in primary events on Saturday at the UIW Christmas Invitational.
Elizabeth Pelton and the Cal Bears impressed at the Georgia Invite last month. Was it enough to boost the Bears to the top spot?
Coach Ned Skinner: “These student-athletes all selected Virginia Tech for the right reasons and fit within the environment of our program. We look forward to the fall of 2015 and the future with these swimmers and divers.”
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has released its latest men’s dual meet poll for Division I, and the top of the class is starting to take shape.
Elizabeth Pelton and the women of Cal jumped from 4th to 1st in this week’s CSCAA rankings in Division I.
Rich Murphy is no longer the head coach of the women’s swimming & diving program at the University of Houston, a…
University of Cincinnati’s Jackie Keire earned two wins on the first day of the Miami University (OH) Invitational.
We didn’t take Clark Smith’s 4:13 500 freestyle from this morning into account when putting together these rankings. If we had, that would have further solidified Texas’ #1 spot.
The University of Connecticut has hired Matt Donovan as their new assistant coach, head coach Bob Goldberg announced on Tuesday. His…
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.
A couple of Louisville Cardinals have their sights set on pool and school records coming out of day 2 prelims from the Louisville Invite.
The Florida Gators dominated the first night of the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational at the GT Aquatic Center in Atlanta…
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (above) will battle Georgia Tech’s under-the-radar sprint star Andrew Kosic in the men’s 50 free final on Thursday night.