Head men’s swimming coach Eddie Sinnott, who enters his 26th year on the Hilltop, has announced the addition of 16…
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The SMU men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs have earned the inaugural Team Academic Excellence Award for their respective…
Would the toughened standards have kept Cal from winning the men’s NCAA title? Probably not. They would, however, have significantly impacted the NCAA fate of several other teams.
2014 NCAA Champion Brittany MacLean now has her targets for 2015 qualifying when she will be a junior at Georgia.
Fairfield University has hired Janelle Atkinson as their new head coach.
The Georgia women not only had the most points at the 2014 NCAA Championships, they also had the most athletes competing on their way to a GPA of 3.5 or above for the spring semester.
The Michigan Wolverine and Florida Gator men top the list of Division I CSCAA Scholar All-Americans released today, with 6 swimmers earning the honor from each team.
Congratulations to Coach Tim Wise and Yale’s men’s swim team for earning the highest team GPA in NCAA Division 1…
The Kentucky Wildcats had a 3.72 GPA in the spring semester to lead all Division I women’s programs.
The changes aren’t nearly as drastic as they’ve been during the past several seasons, but rising national power Louisville will move to the already-stiff ACC, while Rutgers will also leave The American for the Big Ten.
“I am very excited to have Ashley join our program,” head coach Steve Collins said. “She brings great experience and a positive attitude to our team. I am looking forward to working with her to build on our success for the future.”
Bulgarian National Champion Lachezar Shumkov will lead UConn into a stiff schedule for the 2014-2015 season that will include two mid-season invites and a training trip to Puerto Rico.
Mandy Commons-DiSalle has served as the assistant coach at the University of Cincinnati for the past four years. Today, athletics…
The first man to swim the English Channel, unassisted and observed, was Matthew Webb, who completed the swim from to Dover Calais on August 25, 1875 in a time of 21 hours, 45 minutes.