The ladies of Louisiana State University held on to win the SMU Classic by 18 points over the Louisville Cardinals, keyed by a big win from its medley relay team.
Colleen O’Neil of LSU is shown swimming breaststroke. O’Neil and the Tigers are in the lead after the first day of the SMU Classic, which featured several performances that were the fastest in the nation.
Freestyler Natalie Clausen from the Waukesha Express Swim Team in Wisconsin has verbally committed to the Tulane Green Wave. She will provide…
Head coach Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorn men are back in action this weekend after an impressive intrasquad meet. The Longhorns will take on Texas A&M at home on Saturday. The Texas women will swim their intrasquad on Friday.
Amber Carter (pictured) and Kaitlin Sepp picked up two wins apiece in LSU’s win over Tulane.
Corey Main and the Florida Gators kick off their season this weekend at the All-Florida invite.
The East Carolina University men’s and women’s swimming and diving team broke five Purple-Gold meet records on Saturday morning at Minges Natatorium.
Head Coach Richard Sybesma and the Frogs open up their 36th season together and third in the Big 12. Last season, TCU’s women’s squad posted a 6-2 record, including a spotless 3-0 mark in conference play.
Stina Colleou and the Utah Utes will host the #2 Stanford Cardinals on Friday.
Mallory Comerford of Southwest Y Michigan has made a verbal commitment to swim with University of Louisville starting with the 2015-16 season.
SMU finished the 2013-14 season with a 20th-place finish at the NCAA Championship in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Mustangs compiled six All-America honors from five different student-athletes.
SMU’s Nicole Parmenter, a transfer from Cal, walked by the Perkins Natatorium today, and instagrammed the above picture of its demise.
CINCINNATI – Jaclyn Rosen has been hired by Mandy Commons-DiSalle to complete the 2014-15 University of Cincinnati swimming and diving staff. Rosen, a collegiate…
Seven swimmers competing in eight different countries earned numerous medals and had record-setting performances to make 2014 a successful summer for the Mustang women’s swimming and diving program.
Head women’s swimming coach Steve Collins has announced the addition of six student-athletes for the 2014-15 season. Five swimmers and one diver highlight the incoming class.