Wisconsin’s Abby Cabush has elected to swim for the University of Illinois next fall.
Aidan Dillon of Evanston Township High School and YWCA Flying Fish has verbally committed to the University of Minnesota’s class of 2022.
With more than half the season and all the mid season rest meets complete, it’s time to start looking ahead…
With just over six weeks until the Big Ten Championships, the University of Michigan swimming and diving team opens the second half of the season with a top-10 clash, hosting Indiana to Canham Natatorium on Saturday (Jan. 13) for a combined men’s and women’s dual meet. Action begins at 11 a.m. Admission is free.
Rutgers swimming and diving returns from a six-week competition hiatus to host Yale in a battle of CollegeSwimming.com Top 50 ranked teams on Friday, Jan. 12 at 4 p.m. in the Rutgers Aquatic Center.
Prudence Rooker of Liberty University pulled off the only sweep of a stoke, winning the 50, 100, and 200 breast.
Ohio State’s Meg Bailey picks up Big Ten Women’s Swimmer of the Week.
Ohio State’s Michael Salazar named Big Ten Male Swimmer of the Week.
The defending National Champion Ohio State Synchronized Swimming team is proud to host its 5th-straight Zero Waste event this weekend.
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Purdue’s men kicked off 2018 with a convincing dual meet win over Hawaii in Honolulu.
The Ohio State swimming and diving program is headed to Lexington, Ky., for its first meet of 2018 at the Lancaster Aquatic Pavilion. In the latest College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) polls that were released in early December, the Ohio State women are in the No. 13 spot, and the men are ranked 18th.
Jérémie Luong, a French-Vietnamese swimmer from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Michigan’s class of 2022.
The award for NCAA female swimmer of the year was a tough one to call with several swimmers breaking records and winning multiple events.