Tom and Terry Brands, brothers of the legendary Iowa wrestling program, will join the festivities at the annual CyHawk meet on Friday.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has released its latest men’s dual meet poll for Division I, and the top of the class is starting to take shape.
The University of Iowa women’s swimming and diving team hosts Iowa State in the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series Friday, Dec. 12, at the Campus Recreations and Wellness Center Natatorium at 6 p.m. (CT).
Elizabeth Pelton and the women of Cal jumped from 4th to 1st in this week’s CSCAA rankings in Division I.
Iowa and Notre Dame came down to the wire in the men’s half of the Hawkeye Invitational. A fantastic 400 free relay propelled the Hawkeyes to a half point victory over the Fighting Irish.
Sam Corea continues to have a good meet for the Denver Pioneers. She will be the top seed in the women’s 200 backstroke in tonight’s finals session.
Courtney Bartholomew and the Virginia Cavaliers posted the second fastest time in the nation in the 200 medley relay at the Georgia Fall Invite on Saturday
Grant Betulius shined for Iowa at the Hawkeye Invitational. The senior posted the number two time in the nation in the 100 backstroke with a 45.60. Betulius is behind only Ryan Murphy, who posted a 45.55 at the Georgia Invite.
SwimMAC Carolina won all three club titles this week at the 2014 U.S. Winter National Championships.
Iowa had another strong performance from it’s sprint group, qualifying six for the men’s 100 fly A final at day two of the Hawkeye Invite.
Dylan Bunch won the 500 freestyle for Denver, but the Hawkeye men still lead the Hawkeye Invite through day one. The Denver women lead on the women’s side.
Zachary Stephens of Notre Dame ran away with the 200 IM in prelims on day one of the Hawkeye Invite. Stephens swam a 1:44.26 to take the top seed for Friday’s finals.
Virginia’s Leah Smith is on a mission in Athens, Georgia this weekend, it would appear.
We didn’t take Clark Smith’s 4:13 500 freestyle from this morning into account when putting together these rankings. If we had, that would have further solidified Texas’ #1 spot.
The legendary Freeman, who passed away in 2010, was a student-athlete for the Gophers and then coached Minnesota’s swimming and diving program for more than 30 years.