The 2018-2019 NCAA season is officially underway – catch up on all of our preseason coverage here.
After two weeks filled mostly with intrasquad, alumni and format meets, the college dual meet season will finally kick off in full force this weekend, headed a Power-5 clash between Alabama and Ohio State.
Claire Adams is a leader for a Texas team which will face a ton of stark competition in 2018-19.
His father, Arne Borgström, won an NCAA title in the 80’s at the University of Alabama.
Over the past month, 8 swimming programs received recognition for their conference championship titles. The programs were awarded with championship…
Verbal commitments for the high school class of 2019 are coming in fast and furious right now, so before things get too chaotic we thought we’d take a look at where we are so far, before the bulk of recruiting weekends take place this fall.
Autumn Looney from St. Charles High School and Rec Plex Sharks Swim Team has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kansas.
TCU vs. Texas-Permian Basin Sept. 22, 2018 TCU Men def. Texas-Permian Basin 225-101 TCU Women def. Texas-Permian Basin 233-80 Results…
Texas has won the last 4 consecutive NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorns have reloaded the roster for a run at a 5th consecutive NCAA title.
The best long-distance swimmers from across the nation will come together at Lone Star Lake for the third-annual College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) National Open Water Championships, Saturday, September 22.
The Texas men’s swimming & diving team will be battle-tested in the regular season before attempting a 5th-straight NCAA title in March.
As more programs release their schedules for the 2018-2019 NCAA season, some mid-season invite lineups are already coming into focus. Among them: the Texas Hall of Fame Invite, set to feature the Texas men and women, USC men and women and Stanford men, among others.
Evie Pfeifer is set to build off of a successful freshman campaign as the Longhorns will replace outgoing sprint staple Rebecca Millard with two elite young sprinters in Julia Cook and Grace Ariola.