Kevin Cordes was just a tenth off his own American record at prelims of the Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
Margo Geer and the Arizona Wildcats tore up day one of the Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
Arizona’s Giles Smith had an unbelievable prelims swim on day 1 of the 2013 Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
TCU’s Sebastien Arispe and Tyler Crosson used rock-paper-scissors to decide the outcome of a swim-off.
The Missouri women remained strong on Friday, with Katharine Ross becoming the school’s first woman under one minute in the 100 yard breaststroke.
At the time he finished, Missouri’s Eegan Groome was the fastest 500 freestyler in the country by over four seconds.
The Texas Swim Center, above, is home to the state’s Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame.
The Georgia women are one of the many top teams competing this weekend. Stay up to date with all of the necessary links and previews here.
Brett Ringgold signs his National Letter of Intent to swim for the Texas Longhorns.
The Texas Christian University men’s swimming and diving team logged an historic victory today as it defeated crosstown rival Southern…
Eddie Reese pulled a rabbit out of TIDE Swimming’s hat on National Signing Day.
Outside the quad meet held at Virginia this weekend, three Big 12 teams were in action – TCU, Iowa State and Kansas. (Photo Credit: Big 12 Athletics)
The Longhorn men and women held onto their lead from day one to win today. The Penn State men also topped Virginia for the first time since 1997. Penn State sophomore, Shane Ryan, was unstoppable today, winning the 50 freestyle and then the 100 backstroke just minutes later. Despite just jumping out after swimming the 50 freestyle, Ryan posted the 4th fastest time in the nation this season in the backstroke. As if that wasn’t good enough, he then led off the 400 freestyle relay, posting the nation’s top 100 freestyle time.
Last Friday and Saturday, three BIG 12 teams – TCU, Iowa State & Kansas – swam in duel meets in the midwest. (Photo Credit: Big 12 Athletics)
TCU picked up a verbal commitment from in-state breaststroker, Lindsay Shabet, who will immediately be a boost for the Horned Frogs in both breaststroke events.