Felicia Pasadyn has verbally committed to the application process at Harvard University and will join the class of 2023 next fall.
Purdue senior Steele Johnson is the defending NCAA Champion on the 3-meter springboard.
After two weeks filled mostly with intrasquad, alumni and format meets, the college dual meet season will finally kick off in full force this weekend, headed a Power-5 clash between Alabama and Ohio State.
Verbal commitments for the high school class of 2019 are coming in fast and furious right now, so before things get too chaotic we thought we’d take a look at where we are so far, before the bulk of recruiting weekends take place this fall.
As more programs release their schedules for the 2018-2019 NCAA season, some mid-season invite lineups are already coming into focus. Among them: the Texas Hall of Fame Invite, set to feature the Texas men and women, USC men and women and Stanford men, among others.
A3 Performance is excited to announce the addition of Aaron Greenberg to their strong team of A3 Performers. A recent graduate from Yale University and current Team Elite pro, Greenberg has an impressive resume as a three-time Ivy League Champion and two-time NCAA Academic All-American.
Farley spent 9 years as the head coach of the Princeton men’s swim team, and was the first-ever coach of the women’s team.
Brown women’s swimming & diving head coach Kate Kovenock has announced the addition of Christina Bonney as a volunteer assistant coach to the program.
16-time Division III All-American Julia Wilson was one of two aquatic athletes that were named to the Top 30 list for the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
Julia Menkhaus is a big reason why UVA slides in at #11 on the top incoming NCAA classes rankings.
Patrick Callan is one of the best freestyle prospects in the nation, and he leads a 15-person recruiting class for Michigan.
College swim season begins before we know it – the first dual meet is scheduled for September 14, just over two weeks away – and we at SwimSwam have been cooking up a feast of pre-season coverage. Here’s what to watch for over the coming weeks:
Courtesy: Cornell Athletics ITHACA, N.Y. — Jake Lichter, who served as an assistant coach at Ithaca College for three years,…
Swimming, diving, and water polo are among the collegiate sports that have the fewest number of female coaches coaching women’s teams.
Chris Heaton has been named The Class of 1989 Head Coach for Diving at Harvard after a successful three-year stint as the program director and head coach at Moss Farms Diving.