Olympic Trials qualifying breaststroker Jeremy Babinet (above) at the Santa Clara Pro Swim Series.
Check out the college commitments we wrote about during the week of September 28-October 4, 2015.
Red Wing Swim Club’s Hunter Connelly has given his verbal commitment to the Minnesota Gophers. Connelly is a pure backstroke sprinter, with…
Tommy Cope of the Dayton Raiders has verbally committed to cross state lines and swim for the Michigan Wolverines. Cope is…
Ohio State women extended their lead on the second day of the first ever Florida Gulf Coast Classic to win…
Canadian Monica Babits from the Mississauga Aquatic Club near Toronto has verbally committed to the Michigan Wolverines. “I am absolutely thrilled…
The Emory Eagles hosted Penn State for their season opener, earning NCAA Division 3 “B” cuts despite being dominated in team scoring.
Minnesota sophomore Brooke Zeiger was a triple winner against the Seminoles
University of Arkansas take 49 point win over University of Nebraska at their first dual meet of the season.
Georgia Tech coach Courtney Hart led her men’s team to a season-opening win over a Big Ten opponent on Friday in Atlanta.
“Hanna has joined our team and we are excited to have her as a part of our program. She’s a talented swimmer who will help us in multiple events.” – Purdue Head Coach John Klinge
“The FGCU Classic is a short and fast format that will be great for fans to come out and enjoy,” said Florida Gulf Coast’s head coach Neal Studd.
It didn’t feel much like summer season, with temperatures hovering around 60 degrees Fahrenheit at the outdoor Michigan State pool, but the Michigan Wolverines threw things back to summer’s long course meters format with a triangular win over Big Ten foes.
Parratto is the sixth NCAA Champion in Indiana women’s swimming and diving history and the fourth diver to take home top honors.
2014 NCAA 200 back champion Brooklynn Snodgrass will take an Olympic redshirt season in 2015-2016, sitting out of the NCAA schedule to prepare for Canada’s Olympic Trials.