Coach Holloway. “We set up our recruiting goals and we feel this class falls right into place with what we were trying to achieve. We feel all these men fit in to the Wolfpack program very well and each have a role to help us advance at the NCAA level and work towards an ACC title.“
RALEIGH, N.C. – NC State swimming & diving coach Braden Holloway announced the four-member signing class of three freshmen and one…
The changes aren’t nearly as drastic as they’ve been during the past several seasons, but rising national power Louisville will move to the already-stiff ACC, while Rutgers will also leave The American for the Big Ten.
Georgia Tech has added 7 swimmers/divers to their 2014 recruiting class in the spring signing period: 5 men and 2…
The annual Texas-Michigan-Indiana tri-dual meet is shaping up to be much faster and deeper this fall with the addition of another NCAA top 15 program.
Former Michigan head diving coach KZ has been announced as the new head diving coach at Louisville a month after…
Auburn junior Youssef Hammoud has told SwimSwam he will be transferring to Georgia Tech next fall joining the Yellow Jackets to continue his NCAA career.
Jacob Siar, a rising junior backstroker at Auburn University, has announced on Twitter that he will be transferring to North Carolina State.
The Florida State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have added 22 athletes to the roster for the 2014-15 season.
Louisville head coach Arthur Albiero continues to hit South America hard in his recruiting.
Wolfpack passed out team awards from the 2013-14 season this past weekend.
The Louisville Cardinals have filled the vacant spot on their coaching staff, chosing alumni Stephanie Juncker as their new assistant coach. She…
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) takes great pleasure in announcing the 2014 recipients of its five annual major awards.
Florida State’s Tiffany Oliver closed out her collegiate swimming career as one of three Seminole MVPs – but this won’t be her last hurrah with the school.
Virginia Tech assistant Ben Rayner has been named the newest member of the Ohio women’s staff.