With plenty of speed at the top, the Tennessee Men and Women are winning through the first day of the 2014 Nike Cup Invitational.
Kristian Gkolomeev continues to impress out of Tuscaloosa by becoming the first male swimmer this season to earn an NCAA Automatic Qualification in the 50 free.
CJ Fiala (above) is ahead of defending NCAA Champion Kristian Gkolomeev of Alabama headed into the 50 free final at the H2)kie Invitational.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (above) will battle Georgia Tech’s under-the-radar sprint star Andrew Kosic in the men’s 50 free final on Thursday night.
The Virginia Tech swimming and diving teams will welcome six teams to the Christiansburg Aquatic Center for the 2014 H2Okie Fall Invitational on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
The NC State swimming and diving team will head to Chapel Hill to compete in the annual Nike Cup Invitational Nov. 20-22, hosted by UNC-Chapel Hill inside the Maurice J. Koury Natatorium.
The Blue Devil swimmers and divers will wrap up fall competition this weekend, making the short trip to Chapel Hill, N.C., to take part in North Carolina’s annual Janis Hape Dowd Nike Cup Invitational.
Lauren “Lobo” Peavy, a co-captain of the five-straight state champions from Chiles High School in Tallahassee, Florida, will stay nearby…
It’s mid-season invite time, and in addition to the Nike Cup, hosted by the University of North Carolina, there are plenty of fast meets to keep an eye on.
The Texas A&M Aggies, led by senior Sarah Henry, hold the #1 spot in the latest CSCAA Dual Meet rankings.
The Florida State Seminoles have added another State Champion sprinter with the addition of Kanoa Kaleoaloha from the Kamehameha Schools Kaplama…
Emir Muratovic, seen above with his high school principal, has committed to join the Florida State Seminoles.
The University of Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving team announced 10 signees for the class of 2019 in the early signing period. The 10-man squad is the second largest class in the history of the program, after the class of 2015 (currently at 11 swimmers, 3 divers).
Leah Smith (pictured) won back-to-back races to open things up for the Virginia women, while Simonas Bilis went 4-for-4 for NC State’s men.