159 swimmers and divers from the class of 2019, including 14 boys and 17 girls from our top-20 lists, have already announced their verbal commitments for the fall of 2019.
Following a recent rule change by the NCAA, student-athletes may now be required to train for up to 24 days consecutive days without receiving a single day to recover and focus exclusively on their coursework.
Rutgers swimming and diving announced Thursday the addition of Brea Richardson to the support staff as Coordinator of Operations.
University of Michigan senior swimmer PJ Ransford and Stanford University sophomore swimmer Katie Ledecky headline the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-America® Division I Men’s and Women’s At-Large teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Backstroker Emily Cook has transferred from WSU to Minnesota.
DI student-athletes will no longer need their current institution’s approval to pursue a transfer.
Cooper Prue of Flint, Michigan’s Powers Catholic High School and OLY Swimming has announced his commitment to swim for Michigan State University in the fall.
King was absolutely cooking down the pool, churning out a 29.62 for the new world #1 ahead of American Molly Hannis (29.71) and Russian Yulia Efimova (29.93)
After adjusting to the volume that IU throws down regularly, Zach Apple is settling into a routine and adapting well to things in Bloomington
Lilly King of Indiana went wire-to-wire to win the women’s 200 breast, out aggressively in 32.34 before holding 37s the rest of the way to touch in 2:24.97
The NCAA has released its Division I qualifying standards for the 2018-2019 college season, including drastically-lowered B cuts and an A cut in the 50 free that has officially reached the 19-second barrier.
Earlier today, we reported on the NCAA’s new “A” and “B” cuts for the 2018-2019 college swim season. Comparing those times to their 2017-2018 counterparts shows a dramatic drop in “B” cut times in particular.
Katie Sanders of Green Hope High School and Marlins of Raleigh has committed to swim for the University of Illinois next fall.
Northwestern continues to round out its new combined-gender coaching staff, adding Canadian Olympian and former Arizona standout Jake Tapp to the staff two days after hiring Megan Hawthorne.
Hawthorne, a two-year member of the USA Swimming National Team from 2012-2014, follows the program’s new head coach Jeremy Kipp from Boise State.