Connery recently made headlines by recommitting to Texas and we address that, bringing up how the recruiting climate has shifted
Texas Christian and Southern Methodist faced off on Friday, with the Horned Frog women and Mustang men emerging victorious.
Day 2 of the 2020 Texas First Chance Invite should feature plenty more fast swimming, including some attempts at national age group records.
Traditionally, October is known as “Rocktober” for the Texas men, but this October is looking a little speedier than normal
Texas Christian University’s women competed in their second meet of the weekend, falling to fellow Big-12 member, the University of Kansas.
The freshman claimed individual wins in the 200-yard backstroke and 100-yard butterfly on Saturday.
Shaine Casas, Drew Kibler, and Carson Foster each had swims that ranks them among the top ten performers ever in their respective events.
Julia Cook was one of six Longhorns to record an NCAA “B” cut, doing so in the women’s 100 backstroke with a time of 53.23.
A slew of open water stars are set to compete at the West Coast Open Water Championship including Jordan Wilimovsky, Haley Anderson, and Kieran Smith.
This weekend will mark the biggest weekend in college swimming since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with several teams competing in dual meets.
Jimmy Feigen wanted out of the state of Texas and was looking at Arizona and Southern California as his top choices during the recruiting process
After originally committing to Indiana last November, Sean Swift has chosen to stay closer to home and become a Cal Golden Bear instead.
The Crimson team emerged victorious by a mere point, 86 to 85, with freshman Kara Church leading the Crimson with two individual victories.
Freshman freestyler David Johnston continued to impress at Texas’s season-opening intrasquad meet, dropping three seconds for an 8:55 to win the 1000 free.
University of Texas Head Swimming Coach Eddie Reese was happy with 2020 Texas Orange and White Intrasquad. See all race videos here.