Katelyn Kenchel from the Jeffco Hurricanes and Evergreen High School has verbally committed to TCU.
Iowa state championship finalist Snyder will be staying in state next season, while Illinois state finalist Erlechman will make the move from Illinois to Iowa.
Parker Neri, a senior from Upper Arlington High School and the Upper Arlington Swim Club in Columbus, Ohio has committed…
The Early Signing Period for the high school class of 2017 opened today. Check out where the swimmers and divers about whom we’ve written articles have committed in our interactive, sortable index.
On this National Signing Day, take a look at some of our best commitment pictures, including this one from Michigan commit Alex Hughes.
The votes are in, and there are new programs atop the men’s and women’s NCAA rankings: NC State and Stanford lead the November 9 CSCAA polls.
You may have heard that tomorrow is Signing Day. But what does that mean? Who is signing what? Why tomorrow?…
Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by Nebraska November 5, 2016 25 yard, women’s dual meet Score Nebraska 198, Kansas 101…
Joseph Schooling gave Texas the lead after the fly leg of the 200 medley relay, but Ryan Held roared home in 18.8 to give NC State the victory.
For the past two seasons, the Texas Longhorns have been the undisputed power in the NCAA. But on Friday night, a new gunslinger rolled into town and upset the power balance with two 18-second shots. His name: Ryan Held.
Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling has been receiving a lot of praise from his home country of Singapore following his extraordinary performance in the Rio Olympics. Recently, Schooling was made an honorary member of the Singapore Island Country Club, where he swam as a boy.
Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by TCU November 4, 2016 25 yard, women’s dual meet Score Women: TCU 150, Iowa…
Madisyn Cox led the Texas Longhorns to a decisive victory over Texas A&M on Thursday.
Max Gustafson of Shaker Heights High School and Shaker Sharks has verbally committed to West Virginia University for 2017-18.
University of Louisville head coach Arthur Albiero (left) has been named the head coach of the U.S. women’s team.