Kirsten Jacobsen is one of many reasons for Arizona fans to be excited for the next few years of Wildcat swimming
Austin Vacek, a swimmer who once drew an “He’s going to make me famous” from University of Texas head coach Eddie Reese,…
8 year-old Nathan Lin who was an honorary member of the TCU swim team passed away on June 3.
We’ve put together a list of the top 6 swimmers in each race across all of last weekend’s big meets to compare where the swimmers are at as they head towards Trials and this summer’s Olympic Games.
Tonight will see several Olympians and Olympic hopefuls compete. Joseph Schooling, Jack Conger, and Chase Kalisz will battle in the 200 fly, and Will Licon will go head-to-head with Andrew Wilson in the 100 breast.
David Nolan cranked out a new best time of 1:59.40 to beat out Will Licon in the men’s 200 IM final. That’s a new best time for Nolan, and his first time under 2:00.
On the final day of the 2016 Longhorn Elite Invite, we’ll see some of the nation’s top Olympic hopefuls compete in the 200 fly, 100 breast, 100 back, and 200 IM.
Chase Kalisz churned out a 4:11.51 in the 400 IM tonight, moving himself up to 4th in this year’s World Rankings. His previous season best was a 4:14.64 from Arena Pro Swim in Austin.
On day 2 of the Longhorn Elite Invite, Michael Phelps will swim the 200 freestyle in an attempt to put up a time fast enough for him to get a spot on the 4×200 free relay in Rio without having to swim the race at trials.
There’s only one scratch out of the A finals on night 1 of the 2016 Longhorn Aquatics Elite Invite, and it’s 5-seed Brett Ringgold in the 100 free.
Today marks the start of the 2016 Longhorn Elite Invite, which will serve as a final tuneup for some of the nation’s best ahead of Olympic Trials. Michael Phelps is entered in both the 100 free and 100 fly this morning.
Mary Pelton will try and regain her form from high school by transferring to Virginia in the fall.
Drew Livingston won 2 NCAA Diving titles as an undergrad at the University of Texas.
In an NCAA survey of nearly 50,000 Division I college coaches, athletics administrators and student-athletes, respondents dissected how college athletes…
Defending NCAA 200 yard breaststroke champion Will Licon swam a more unique distance of the stroke last weekend in a local club meet.