Defending state champion in the 200 and 500 freestyles Chantal Nack has verbally committed to the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
The newest member of the Ohio State women’s swimming and diving family stopped by McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on Wednesday to bond with a host of his Buckeye sisters.
Indiana swimming fans will get their first look at the defending NCAA Champion in the 200 backstroke, Brooklynn Snodgrass, on October 10th, live on the Big Ten Network.
The Nebraska Huskers have dipped into the recruiting pool, getting a verbal commitment from Georgia backstroker Jackie Jeschke.
Christie Jensen, a relative newcomer to club swimming, has verbally committed to Indiana.
Lilly King will stay in-state next year with her verbal commitment to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Wisconsin head coach Whitney Hite started his 2015 recruiting class with the same focus as the one he signed in 2014: sprinters, sprinters, and more sprinters.
Rutgers actually faces Big Ten opponents less this regular season than they did a year ago, but backstroker Joanna Wu has a chance to have a major impact on the conference championship meet.
Haley Rowley of the Denver Hilltoppers has verbally committed to Purdue.
Mike Bottom & co. have a new diving coach, Mission Viejo and Team USA coach Mike Hilde.
The American Swim Coaches Association is hosting its 2014 World Clinic this week in Jacksonville, Florida, and Friday night will see the induction of its new class of Hall of Fame members. Among them is former Michigan State Spartan head coach Dick Fetters.
Freestyler Kiera Janzen is a big part of a hard-hitting senior class for the Golden Gophers, who look for a third-straight top-10 finish in 2014-2015.
Steve Schmuhl is the only individual NCAA scorer returning in the pool, but Indiana has some big reinforcements coming in to back him up.
After attaching with the Indiana University Swim Team this summer, high school senior Ian Finnerty took the next step in that direction, committing to swim for the Hoosiers next fall.
The Michigan Wolverines, two years removed from the NCAA title, will have a very different-feeling season in 2014-2015.