Olivia French from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School and All-Star Aquatics has announced her verbal commitment to swim at Tulane University beginning in the fall of 2018.
The SMU men’s swimming and diving duo of Bryce Klein and Jonathan Gomez swept the American Athletic Conference weekly awards, league officials announced on Tuesday.
The Pitt swimming & diving teams used dominating swimming performances to defeat Miami, Michigan State and James Madison in a quad meet on Friday evening at Trees Pool.
Sydney St Rose-Finear of Victor Swim Club has verbally committed to the University of Cincinnati.
Florida-based sprinter Stefanie Mendizabal will be making the trip up north to start her collegiate career in the fall of…
Marlins of Raleigh‘s Hunter Pigg has verbally committed to East Carolina University’s class of 2022. Pigg is a senior at Millbrook High…
Rachel Hicks from Eagle Swimming Association and Atascocita High School in Humble, Texas has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Houston for 2018-19.
The Houston Swim & Dive team returns home to host SMU on Oct. 20 and North Texas, opening its six-meet home schedule.
Welcome to SwimSwam’s feature, called simply SwimSwam Discussion. We might rename it at a later point in time (Hospitality Room,…
The college swim season really heats up this week with the highly-anticipated Texas-Florida-Indiana triangular meet on Friday and Saturday. That could give us a rematch in the ongoing Caeleb Dressel-Joseph Schooling rivalry, as well as pit 200 free stars Townley Haas and Blake Pieroni against each other.
The SMU Classic came through with some shockingly-fast early-season swims on the women’s side, with USC taking the crown by a half-point over Louisville.
With a first-place finish in the 3-Meter Springboard this past weekend at Incarnate Word, Micaela Bouter earns American Diver of the Week honors.
Senior Matea Samardzic was named the American Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week for the second straight week, conference officials announced Tuesday.
After winning last night’s 100 breast handily, she was a full second ahead of the field in tonight’s 200 breast with her 2:08.20
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey had a sensational meet, swimming her way to not 1, but 2 best times in the 100 free and, yes thats right, the 200 breast.