The University of Georgia Bulldogs were never in doubt as they led from start to finish against their in-state rivals….
With both the men’s and women’s teams represented in the national rankings for the first time in program history, Duke is set to return to Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion Saturday.
Leah Smith’s 9:42.23 in the 1000 free gave her the fastest time in the nation so far this season, as the Cavaliers defeated Michigan and Penn State and rose to the top of the CSCAA’s second 2015-16 poll.
After earning a spot in the national rankings for the first time in program history last week, the Duke women’s swimming and diving team jumped five spots to No. 17 in Wednesday’s CSCAA poll.
Smutny will bring immediate scoring potential to the Panthers.
Bumgarner is a fast rising prospect with long term potential
The Georgia swimming and diving teams will face in-state rival Georgia Tech in the second home meet of the season for both squads. The meet will take place at Georgia’s Gabrielson Natatorium Wednesday at 4 p.m., and admission is free.
With one and a half weeks until National Letter of Intent Signing Period, Wisconsin landed a huge fish: in-state talent Beata Nelson. Here are the verbal commitments we wrote about this week.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish used a rounded attack to crush Michigan State, with 18 different Fighting Irish swimmers winning in 22 individual events.
Joe Schooling and the Longhorns are our unquestioned #1
Claire McGinnis will become a Hurricane next season.
The Louisville Cardinal women have had their rise into the NCAA’s upper tier powered by their current upperclassmen – Kelsi Worrell and Andee Cottrell (pictured), among others – but it’s their freshman class that has them looking even more exciting in 2015-2016.
The men’s meet between Louisville and Tennessee came down to the final relay, with the meet resulting in a tie of 150 points apiece.
Townley Haas and Clark Smith dominated the distance events at their first official meet of the year, posting some of the fastest times of the year so far.
Cooper Pitts is a 5-time individual South Carolina State Champion in the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM combined.