A3 Performance is excited to announce the signing of another A3 Performer; 2018 US National Team Member, long-time National Junior…
Multiple-time South African champion and Commonwealth Games finalist Kate Beavon has verbally committed to Purdue University for 2019-20.
The women are among the record 581 athletes nominated this year.
Indiana will host the 2019 Women’s Big Ten Championships, while Iowa will host the Men’s Big Ten Championships.
The women’s swimming & diving team at Rutgers University in New Jersey will have a new assistant coach in the…
It was a Friday morning, so both men and women were working on getting some good power in, in their own ways
Twenty-eight students from 17 different sports were honored with the prestigious award, which was established in 1915 and was the first award in intercollegiate athletics to demonstrate support for the educational emphasis placed on athletics.
Jack Pettinger, the winningest coach in Wisconsin
Coaching staffs are taking shape for the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Challenge, with Braden Holloway and Todd Desorbo to lead the ACC All-Stars and Ray Looze and Mike Bottom heading the Big Ten All-Stars.
The Indiana University Department of Athletics announced on Monday that senior women’s swimmer Lilly King, senior swimmer Ian Finnerty and men’s soccer’s Grant Lillard have been named IU’s 2017-18 Athletes of the Year.
Ali Deloof has been managing grad school, student teaching, and elite-level training all year, just recently finding the time to incorporate doubles into her practices
While winning both breaststroke events in Columbus this weekend, you may not have realized that Lilly King also swam a few “off” events in between
After going a season best in the 200 Breast to kick off the Columbus Pro Swim, Lilly King shares taht she wants her #1 World Ranking back
Croatian Junior National Teamer Nikola Miljenic, who is coming off his freshman year at Indiana University, will transfer to the University of Southern California in the fall.
Catherine Whetstone, a world-ranked swimmer, a program record-breaker and a four-time BIG EAST champion, was announced as a member of the Rutgers 2018 Hall of Fame class.