Another East Coast school revealed its newest head coach today, as Princeton announced that William & Mary’s Matt Crispino will be taking over the Princeton men.
25 Division I men’s swimmers and divers and 25 women’s swimmers and divers were selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District At-Large Teams, making them eligible for Academic All-America honors.
Transfers have been a major story of the NCAA offseason so far – but there’s likely many more in store.
Kevin Norman is one of two Division I coaching hires that were announced on Monday.
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Diving right into 2020: 170 student-athletes from the high school class of 2020 have already announced their verbal commitments to 42 colleges.
Junior Matt Slabe will be the captain of the Yale Men’s Swimming and Diving team for the 2019-2020 season.
Matthew Dieffenthaller of Saint Petersburg Aquatics has committed to swim for the Penn Quakers beginning in the fall.
The UNC coaching job, vacated by Rich DeSelm, is one of the biggest jobs open so far this offseason.
Success on college swimming’s most visible stage is opening up new possibilities for Harvard.
Stanford are the early favorites next year. A look at the field behind them.
The Cal men, for the first time in program history, had an A finalist in every swimming event at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
The Stanford women earned their 3rd-consecutive team title at the 2019 NCAA championships, extending their all-time total to 11.
After a 40-year tenure as the head coach of Princeton’s men’s swimming and diving team, C. Rob Orr has announced his retirement.
This year was all about 2nd chances for 1st times
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