here’s a look at the top 10 in every NCAA event. Freshmen only.
Kenisha Liu won the 200 free and 50 free for the Bruins on Monday.
Teams get access to purchase tickets first, but the general public can begin buying all-session tickets on February 1st.
The Princeton men’s swimming and diving team has announced the addition of 4 swimmers and 2 divers to the class of 2023.
McQuet then capped the meet off by anchoring Princeton’s 400 free relay to victory, throwing down a 43.79 for the fastest split in the field by a second.
Mark Andrew was a key performer for the Quaker men.
Christina Cianciolo from Riverview High School and Sarasota YMCA Sharks has committed to Dartmouth for 2019-20.
Alex Sumner has announced she plans to transfer from Cal to Yale.
Jen Secrest and Christina Bradley have nearly-identical ratings on collegeswimming.com. They are the 140th and 141st-ranked swimmers in the class of…
Colin O’Brady was a breaststroker at Yale, and after a series of life turns, has become one of the world’s greatest endurance adventurers.
Brea Aquatics’ Zephy Koh has announced her intention to swim for Princeton University in the fall.
More upheaval at the top! For the second straight men’s Power Rankings, we have a new #1 as the battle for the NCAA title continues to tighten.
Loyola High School’s Connor Lee has announced his intention to swim for Yale next year.
Michael Chang from St. Anthony’s High School and Long Island Express has committed to Columbia’s class of 2023.
Camryn Carter of Suburban Sehawks has verbally committed to Penn.