East Carolina junior Bailie Monahan and sophomore Ashley Sams are the winners of this week’s American Athletic Conference women’s swimming and diving awards.
The A&M men showed depth in their win over SMU by sweeping four events.
Defending CSCAA Division I Women’s Swimmer of the Year Brittany MacLean has led the defending NCAA Champion Georgia Bulldogs into a deadlock for first in the latest dual meet polls.
University of Cincinnati head swimming coach Mandy DiSalle-Commons has suspended 7 of the team’s 9 senior athletes from the men’s…
The Scarlet Knights were led by the tough trio of Joanna Wu, Greta Leberfinger and Morgan Pfaff, who combined for 8 total wins on the day.
Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell had a big day for the Cardinals, including a pool record. Both the Louisville men and women are leading through the first day of a two day dual meet.
The Mustangs return to the pool on Thursday as they take on Texas A&M and Tennessee on the campus of A&M in College Station.
The Tennessee Diving Invitational offered an early look at how diving might impact conference and NCAA finishes this coming season, at least for the mainly-East Coast teams who attended.
Megan Cox and the LSU Tiger men and women dominated the SMU Mustangs on Saturday. Cox won two events during the meet, the 200 and 500 freestyles.
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.