Hong Kong freestyler Miles Williams has made a verbal commitment to swim for Duke in 2016-17.
Notre Dame has nabbed a 55-second breaststroker for their 2016 recruiting class, with Pennsylvania product Rex Riley giving his verbal commitment to the Fighting Irish.
Former Duke All-American and Olympic gold medalist Nancy Hogshead-Makar has received the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women’s Member of Distinction Award.
The Duke Blue Devils have grabbed their first male commitment from the high school class of 2016 with NCAP’s Chris Murphy….
High school senior-to-be Tyler Rice has verbally committed to the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
The University of North Carolina Tar Heels have announced a brutal 2015-2016 schedule that includes 5 of the top 10 teams at last year’s women’s NCAA Championships.
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The season will include 3 home meets for the wolfpack and 3 dual meets against conference rivals. The team will also face opponents in the southeast and travel to the west coast.
Notre Dame has jumped into the 2016 recruiting market, nabbing New York’s high school state record-holding sprinter Katie Smith.
Highlighted by University of Notre Dame graduates Allison Casareto and Emma Reaney, six Irish women’s swimming and diving standouts earned academic recognition from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America recently.
Commitments from the class of 2016 are starting to pour in just two days into the official recruiting season, with Wilton Wahoo standout Ky-lee Perry verbally committing to NC State.
In light of a few recent allegations and related negative press regarding the University of Virginia men’s swim team, we, the incoming men’s Class of 2019, want to share our perspective.
Soren Holm, the 3rd-place finisher at last year’s NCAA Division II Championship meet in the 100 fly, will transfer to…
Three student-athletes of the Virginia swimming and diving program are set to begin action at the 2015 World University Games, to be held July 3-14 in Gwangju, South Korea.
Rachel Mumma and Lotta Nevalainen of the NC State women’s swimming and diving team are set to compete at the 2015 World University Games, held in Gwangju City, South Korea, on July 3-14.