The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are not a program with a long history, if only because they haven’t been around…
Notre Dame has jumped into the 2016 recruiting market, nabbing New York’s high school state record-holding sprinter Katie Smith.
Commitments from the class of 2016 are starting to pour in just two days into the official recruiting season, with Wilton Wahoo standout Ky-lee Perry verbally committing to NC State.
Natalie Grothe, Nevada breaststroker and sister to Auburn grad Zane Grothe, will swim for the Colorado State Rams next season in a late commitment announced by the team today.
National public high school 100 fly record-holder Beata Nelson is among the top swimmers in a very deep girls class of 2016.
Pleasanton’s Maxime Rooney is a swimmer on the rise, and his freestyle prowess ranks him at the top of our recruiting class.
Soren Holm, the 3rd-place finisher at last year’s NCAA Division II Championship meet in the 100 fly, will transfer to…
All-American backstroker, Kira Toussaint, will be transferring to the University to Tennessee. Toussaint is the Dutch record holder in the women’s 100 scm backstroke and is also the daughter of 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist, Jolanda de Rover.
James Jones is one of two sub-20 second sprinters so far in the high school class of 2016.
Maxime Rooney, a top-10 men’s recruit in the class of 2016, has already verbally committed to the University of Florida, part of a trend to pledge earlier and earlier.
“This is not only an exciting opportunity for me, but it’s great for swimming at the collegiate and national level. The trend, as of recent, has been to eliminate swimming and diving programs and my hat goes off to Indiana State for bringing this team to life.”
William & Mary Director of Swimming Matt Crispino ’02 announced the addition of eight freshmen to the women’s swimming roster today, welcoming the standouts to the 2015-16 squad.
Iowa State swimming and diving head coach Duane Sorenson announced the addition of Western Kentucky senior transfer Mollie McNeel and incoming freshman Maggie James on Friday.
The Air Force women’s swimming and diving teams are proud to announce the 12 members of the Class of 2019, as announced by head coaches Casey Converse and Stan Curnow. The class of 2019 arrived at the Academy on June 25 to begin Basic Cadet Training.
The Arizona Wildcats, who have already put together an incredibly deep and talented incoming class of 2019, have just gotten…