Nyah Funderburke, who has won Ohio high school state titles in 3 different individual events, is the daughter of a former Buckeye basketball player.
Ohio State won its first women’s Big Ten swimming & diving title in two decades last year, and a deep group of returners make them the favorites to repeat.
Ella Miller swam for 1 semester for the Auburn Tigers before getting injured. She’ll now continue her career at the University of Minnesota.
A handful of universities have announced deals with consultant Jeremy Darlow intended to teach student-athletes about brand development and communication…
The Power 5 conferences want federal, national legislation put in place before states can make individual decisions on name-image-likeness rules.
The NCAA expects to be back to normal financial operations in 18 months thanks to a number of contingencies, including a $270 million insurance policy.
Swimmers Tommy Cope (Michigan), Scott Piper (Michigan State) and Eric Geunes (Wisconsin) are among the recipients.
In announcing the decision, the NCAA says this will allow coaches to focus on student-athletes that might be returning to campus as early as June 1.
In a release signed by 108 Division I coaches, the CSCAA announced that programs are preempting fallout from the pandemic by volunteering budget cuts.
Under the new 2020-21 academic calendar, fall semester will still end in December, but classes will be online from Thanksgiving onward.
Dupre (middle) celebrates with Indiana teammates after winning the 200 free at the 2020 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Indiana Hoosiers expect NCAA champion diver Andrew Capobianco and NCAA runner-up distance man Michael Brinegar to return from Olympic gap years.
Big Ten champion diver Brandon Loschiavo and school record-holding 500 freestyler Batuhan Hakan should return for Purdue this year after Olympic gap years.
Danish butterflier Cecilie Wiuff has verbally committed to Purdue, where she’ll arrive in the fall of 2021. She placed 15th in the 100 fly at the 2017 World Junio Swimming CHampionships.
1:34.8/42.5/19.3 freestyler Ruslan Gaziev will return to the active roster for the Ohio State Buckeyes this season after an Olympic gap year.