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.
Several conferences announced their weekly swimming and diving award winners. Louisville’s Joao De Lucca, pictured above, is the AAC male swimmer of the week.
Rebecca Millard (right) with her high school coach Mary McLaughlin has verbally committed to Texas.
The men of West Virginia won every event in their win of their home invitational this past weekend. (Photo Credit: West Virginia Athletics)
The first day of the Indiana, Michigan, and Texas Tri-Dual swim meet finished friday afternoon. Michigan men and Texas women walked away with two dual meet victories each.
Katy Arris-Wilson (Swimming, 1989-92) and Robin Carter (Diving, 1992-95) are among the 2013 inductees to the UT Women’s Athletics Hall of Honor.
Sam Sutton poses above with a friend on her shoulders for ‘twin day’ after verbally committing to Texas.
The weekly award winners from the SEC, Big 10, ACC, AAC, Big 12, and MAC conferences have been released. UNC’s Stephanie Peacock was the ACC Swimmer of the Week.
Joseph Schooling and Jack Conger on the same medley relay? That could be disgusting.
Texas A&M head coach Steve Bultman has picked up a new verbal commitment, as have the TCU Horned Frogs.
Spending their fall break in Texas, UNC captures win against TCU (Photo Credit: UNC)
Iowa State remained undefeated after a weekend in South Dakota (Photo Credit: Big 12)
Big 12 women’s teams from TCU and Iowa State were victorious in the first set of duel meets this weekend. (Photo: TCU Athletics)
The Aggie’s won a tight back-and-forth battle tonight over the Longhorns, in the first scheduled regular match since the SEC split (Photo Credit: Brad Marquardt)