The Houston women will have a new addition to their butterfly group this season, as NCSA 100 fly finalist Becca Cox has verbally committed to join the Cougars next season.
Swimming must run in the Smith family, as Samantha Smith, younger sister of Olympic gold medalist Clark Smith, will now be joining her brother as an NCAA swimmer.
Boulder City, Nevada’s Montana Lloyd has verbally committed to swim for the University of Houston beginning with the 2017-18 season.
Mykenzie Leehy of Lewis Central High School and Council Bluffs Swim Club has verbally committed to the University of Houston.
The Cincinnati Bearcats have appointed two-time Ohio State All-America swimmer Steven Zimmerman and former Cincinnati swimmer Joey Ferreri as new assistant coaches for…
The Boise State Broncos, winners of four conference championships from 2009-2014, are among the teams that have expressed interest in joining the Big 12.
One of SMU’s most decorated divers in the history of the program, Janet Ely will add Southwest Conference Hall of Fame to her list of notable accomplishments.
Matthew Josa recently announced he’s joining a loaded class in Berkeley this fall
SMU head women’s swimming coach Steve Collins is headed to his sixth Olympic Games following his appointment to the Bulgarian staff, as announced by the country’s National Olympic Committee.
Tennessee fans have plenty to be excited about with their incoming men’s class
The Texas men were dominant at the 2016 NCAA Championships for a second-straight title. With only minimal graduations, they could be in line for a 3-peat.
Last night the NCAA published its list of qualifying times for the 2017 NCAA Championships, which will be held in Indianapolis at the legendary IUPUI Natatorium.
Just how much did the NCAA’s relay qualifying times change for the coming season? We break down the numbers based on 2016’s invites, finding that NCAAs would have featured 16 less relay entries under the new cuts.
July 1, 2016 begins the new recruiting season for the class of 2017. Take a look at where we are so far with class of 2016 commitments.
Breaststroke specialist Julian Fletcher has added his name to the list of Mustangs who will represent their country at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August. Fletcher is one of eight athletes from Bermuda currently qualified for the event and will swim the 100-meter breaststroke.