Day 1 of the SMU classic is the fastest session of racing we’ve seen thus far in the 2013-2014 season.
“We are excited to be headed to Blacksburg this weekend to take on the Hokies,” said head coach Braden Holloway. “They are a great program with a great coaching staff that has built it up to a top-25 program.”
Ruth fits the mold of a pair of sprinters with whom Florida State has had a lot of success in the past.
Marc Rojas was the 1650 free national champion last year, but this summer may have turned a corner in the breaststrokes.
Canadian Tia VanLandeghem will come to the United States for her college swimming.
The Bulldogs of Georgia swept the Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech in an early-week dual meet on Tuesday.
The ACC and Big Ten Conferences announced their weekly award winners. Emma Reaney (pictured above) is the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Week.
The Duke Blue Devils have gotten a verbal commitment from breaststroker Catie Miller out of the Sandpipers of Nevada.
Philip Perdue is a great freestyler, following in the family lineage; his best times in yards are 20.64, 45.75, and 1:39.69, respectively.
Dayton Raider swimmer Henrik Pohlmann makes the verbal commitment to join the University of Virginia starting the 2014-2015 season.
The freestyler’s made a statement in South Bend on Saturday with 6 new national top times for the season.
The ACC Champion Pavel Sankovich is having a very strong start to his first full season in the United States.
North Carolina graduates a pair of very good 200 freestylers after this season, and Dalton Shaw should help rebuild that group.
Virginia Tech’s men had been 0-6 against North Carolina coming into Friday night’s meet.
Virginia Tech has grabbed a great sprinter from a rising in-state club program.