South African sprinter Ryen van Wyk has announced his intention to transfer to West Virginia University next fall after his second season at Indian River State College.
There are some major shakeups in the second round of the CSCAA (College Swimming Coaches Association of America) Division I dual meet polls. There’s a Texas team on top, but it’s not the four-time defending champion men’s program – it’s the Longhorn women.
Texas’ lone win on the day came in the 200 back, where redshirt junior Ryan Harty (1:44.08) edged out reigning NCAA champ Austin Katz (1:44.44).
The Longhorn women won four of the six individual swimming events for the session, including seniors Joanna Evans, Remedy Rule and freshman Julia Cook adding to their victories from day 1.
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Texas freshman Julia Cook was instrumental to the Longhorns relay victories in Austin.
Freshman longhorn Charlie Scheinfeld, who had a field best 24.2 breaststroke split in the 200 medley relay, seems to be adjusting well to college life in Austin
Relive all the action from the 2nd day of competition between powerhouses Texas, Florida, and Indiana in Austin
Patriot Aquatic Club’s Ashley Carollo, Sophia Goushchina, Helena Blumenau, and Ziv Marco have all made verbal commitments recently.
Watch all the action from the first day of the battle between the longhorns, gators, and hoosiers in Austin, Texas
After decisive wins over Florida and Indiana, Claire Adams explained to SwimSwam how this years Texas women’s team is different from years past
Florida junior Maxime Rooney explains how the whole team has stepped up in light of losing a monster senior class
En route to their victory over Texas and Florida, many of the IU men were sporting mustaches in Austin this weekend
Morgan Bullock, an NCAA B-finalist in the women’s 200 fly last year started out her session with a 24.93 fly split on the 200 medley relay.
What the results may not have shown was that during 2 of the breaks, the pros from IU and Texas got in a little racing of their own