In preparation for the 2015-16 season, the University of Connecticut men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have found fun activities to help them get to know each other better.
Distance swimmer Zarena Brown has verbally committed to the University of Houston, making her the first public commitment of the Ryan…
Since 2009, no team has had a bigger NCAA rise (in terms of points) than the USC Trojans.
The Virginia Cavaliers added their first verbal public commitment in the class of 2016 on Sunday.
It’s Back-to-School-Back-to-the-Pool time, and we at SwimSwam would like to acknowledge the 2632-and-counting freshmen swimmers and divers we’ve been tracking. Good luck to you all; have a great freshman season!
University of Cincinnati swimming and diving head coach Mandy Commons-DiSalle has announced the schedule for her second year at the helm of the program.
Adding a fourth day to the meet will help spread out the events, but it could make the final day more challenging.
The 16-time conference champion Mustangs, under the direction of head coach Eddie Sinnott, have announced a challenging schedule for the 2015-16 season.
The 22nd annual SMU Classic will take place in Lewisville Oct. 16-17 featuring UCLA, Florida State, Missouri, Louisville and TCU.
Jack Conger and the rest of the NCAA will be aiming for the 2016 NCAA qualifying time standards all season.
The time standards got much quicker this year, with 94.4% of the “A” standards faster than there were in 2015.
The Houston Cougars have released their 2015-2016 schedule, which will include the first-ever American Athletic Conference Championship at Houston’s CWRC Natatorium.
Maxime Rooney, a top-10 men’s recruit in the class of 2016, has already verbally committed to the University of Florida, part of a trend to pledge earlier and earlier.
Among the headline-grabbing NCAA rule changes we reported on last week is another impactful update: the NCAA will add long course meters as an approved course for college swim meets next season.
Of all teams that placed in the top 10 at the 2015 NCAA Championships, Kelsi Worrell, Tanja Kylliainen, and the Louisville Cardinals had the highest team GPA in the spring semester.