Johnson from Mount Sophia Academy and Delaware Swim Team has verbally committed to the application process at Harvard.
Caeleb Dressel will swim for his collegiate legacy in his senior year with the Florida Gators.
Stanford was dominant at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, and should be again this year. But there are 9 other things that we think are worth a good, hard look this year.
Reece Whitley, the #1 recruit in the class of 2018, verbally committed to Cal on June 17, 2017.
With the NCAA season officially beginning next week with the nation’s first dual meet, now seems a fitting time to review the updated time standards for the 2018 NCAA Championships.
Doug Lennox ’09, Beijing Olympian and one of the most decorated swimmers to represent the University, is returning to Princeton…
Kevin Tyrrell, The Ulen-Brooks Endowed Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving, has announced the 2017-18 schedule. The campaign…
The Brown University Women’s Swimming and Diving program will welcome seven swimmers and three divers to the team this coming…
Mission Viejo Nadadore and Cornell commit Min Zhi Chua went 2:06.47 to win the boys 200 IM, highlighting the final day of the Santa Clara Futures meet.
Stanford narrowly edged California for the most World Championship medals in Budapest, winning 14 total and 12 gold medals.
Florida won three medals – all from Caeleb Dressel – and California matched them to lead all NCAA programs on day 7 of the 2017 World Championships.
California alums Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley won silver and bronze medals, respectively, in the 200 back to launch Cal to the top of the NCAA medal table with 5 total medals.
Three Georgia Bulldogs won gold medals on day 5 of the 2017 World Championships, pushing UGA into a tie for 2nd among all schools in our NCAA medal table.
The NCAA places extra scoring emphasis on relays, and it shows internationally: 9 different NCAA programs put 11 athletes on medal-winning mixed medley relays, including all 8 Americans.
15 NCAA programs have had a current swimmer or alum win a medal within three days of Worlds, including Columbia’s Katie Meili and Northwestern’s Matt Grevers.