Austin Temple (above) was Texas’ top 100 breaststroker in 2015 on a flat-start.
It’s Back-to-School-Back-to-the-Pool time, and we at SwimSwam would like to acknowledge the 2632-and-counting freshmen swimmers and divers we’ve been tracking. Good luck to you all; have a great freshman season!
Adding a fourth day to the meet will help spread out the events, but it could make the final day more challenging.
Singaporean swimmers Joseph Schooling and Quah Zheng Wen each earned $31,250 from the Singapore National Olympic Council based on their performances at the Southeast Asia Games earlier this summer.
Jack Conger is among the favorites to make the 2016 Olympic team in the butterfly events after two second place finishes to Michael Phelps in the 100 and 200 butterfly at the US National Championships.
U.S. Olympian Kathleen Hersey is one of five figures inducted into the Georgia Aquatic Hall of Fame over the weekend.
The West Virginia Mountaineers have hired on former volunteer coach Rick West as the program’s new assistant coach, the team announced today.
Top recruit Andrew Seliskar is one of many reasons the Cal Bears find themselves with another top four recruiting class.
Jack Conger and the rest of the NCAA will be aiming for the 2016 NCAA qualifying time standards all season.
The time standards got much quicker this year, with 94.4% of the “A” standards faster than there were in 2015.
TCU swimming and diving has announced the schedule for the 2015-16 season, which includes five home meets at the University Recreation Center Natatorium.
Eight total events, including seven home competitions will give fans a glimpse of a promising Kansas swimming and diving squad and several Olympic hopefuls during the 2015-16 season.
The Longhorns will face several of the NCAAs top teams, including NC State, Auburn, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Arizona, and the Stanford women. This is one of the best schedules we’ve ever seen.