It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Effective with its class of 2026, a long-standing aquatic-related graduation requirement has been eliminated at Dartmouth College.
Palo Alto High School’s Arthur Balva, the reigning CCS champion in the 200 IM and 100 fly, has announced his verbal commitment to Princeton.
We’ll count down our top 16 NCAA women’s swimming & diving recruiting classes for 2022 – but first, the top teams outside those ranks.
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Rhode Island High School State Record holder, William McClelland, has announced his commitment to Dartmouth beginning in 2023.
After dropping gobs of time in breast and IM events this summer, Noah Sech has announced his verbal commitment to Princeton for 2023-24.
Wu’s best long course 200 free time of 1:48.26 converts to 1:34.01 in yards, which is a time that is faster that Columbia’s program record.
Summer Junior Nationals qualifier, Lizzy Washburn, has announced her verbal commitment to Brown University for the 2023-2024 season.
Another swimmer, Kayla Tennant of Queens has joined 16 other swimmers and divers as NCAA Woman of the Year conference-level finalists.
Carrigan arrives in University City after working as a media productions and broadcasting teacher at Blue Valley Southwest High School in Overland Park, Kan.
Danson joins Penn from the University of North Carolina, where he served as the volunteer assistant coach for the Tar Heels’ for two years.
Because this includes the 2022 championships, there can only be 25 teams on the active list per gender as any other streaks would have ended in March.
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