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.
Lizzy Lyon, Rhiannon Sheets & John Klinge preview Purdue Women’s Swimming & Diving’s home dual meet with Notre Dame.
There ain’t no party like a Ransford party. PJ’s mom celebrated his decision with the above candy concoction.
Dustin Tynes from Tennessee will head north up to Columbus next year to swim for the Buckeyes. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning)
Purdue gains their most recent verbal commitment from in-state breaststroker, Chirs Bals.
The University of Arkansas women’s swimming and diving team improved their record to 3-0 by defeating the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers at home, 205-95.
Danny Tucker had a phenomenal meet for the Purdue Boilermakers at the Indiana Intercollegiates invite as he claimed two individual events and posted a 19.09 anchor split on a 200 freestyle relay that ultimately was disqualified.
Illinois leaves their mark in East Lansing, Michigan as they dominate over Michigan State and Liberty.
The Buckeyes both go to 2-0 for the season, winning both their duels against Kenyon College Friday night. (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
Northwestern and Western Kentucky battled it out in a tight meet that went back and forth for men and women with the Wildcats taking it all in the end.
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.
Ryan Sebastian (left), seen with Olympic medalist with Cullen Jones
Ryan O’Neill and Mike Skibniewski from the Freehold-Old Bridge YMCA in New Jersey have both committed to Penn State.
Bryaden Seal has given his verbal commitment to be a Buckeye in 2014. (Photo Credit: FriscoIsd.org)
The Penn State women have picked up a versatile freestyler and a very good butterflier for their class of 2014.