Both swimming & diving saw small improvements in the Tucker Center’s latest scorecard, though both still received a failing grade.
Greenwich YWCA Dolphins Swim Team’s Alex Hazlett has verbally committed to swim for Yale, following in the footsteps of his father, a former Yale captain.
Individual D1 NCAA swimming champs Maggie MacNeil, Paige Madden, Sophie Hansson, Brooke Forde & Nick Albiero were among those named to All-District teams.
How will the extra year of eligibility granted to swimmers affect scholarship funding for college teams in the coming seasons?
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Yale junior Izzi Henig’s story of coming out to his family, coaches, and teammates during the pandemic was featured in Times Opinion.
The NCAA’s Board of Directors has officially decided to suspend the organization’s rules regarding limitations on an athlete’s name, image, and likeness.
Backstroker James Curreri has announced his intention to swim and study at the University of Pennsylvania beginning in 2022-23.
Brethauer comes to Princeton from Tufts University, where she served as an associate head coach for the men’s and women’s teams.
Adam Ladman, who won the 100/200 free events at CIF San Diego Section D1 Championships in May, has verbally committed to Dartmouth’s class of 2026.
Back/fly specialist Alexa Pappas from Chelsea Piers Aquatic Club in Connecticut will swim for Princeton beginning in the fall of 2021.
Nikki Venema was electric on the back half of this race, pulling ahead through the final 50 to leave no doubt she would punch a ticket to Wave II
Zhier Fan and Reid Mikuta were the only swimmers to touch under 1:02, were also the only swimmers under the Wave II standard
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