Annclaire Macart won the 200 and 1650 freestyles for the Big Green, breaking the meet and pool records in the latter.
Nikita Bondarenko won the 200 free for Columbia as the men took a narrow victory over Brown.
While illness has slowed the Longhorns’ momentum early in 2016, the team remains the favorite for NCAA’s thanks to Joseph Schooling (above), among others.
This weekend, the Yale men took down Penn State, while the Penn State women took won against Yale and Rutgers, and the Yale Women beat out Rutgers.
Watch to see highlights from the University of Pennsylvania’s men’s swimming training trip.
The Cornell women’s swim and dive team just returned from a training trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Watch their video for a peek into their trip.
The Yale Bulldogs swept Cornell in Puerto Rico for a unique long course Ivy League contest.
Dartmouth College has released a statement on last week’s drowning of student-athlete Tate Ramsden.
21-year-old Dartmouth swimmer Tate Ramsden passed away over the weekend in a drowning incident at the YMCA pool in Sarasota, Florida.
2015 NCAA Champions Clark Smith (Texas) and Leah Smith (UVA) led their teams through their mid-season invites with several insane swims.
AGUA’s Krystal Lara, Aaron Glas, Carly Fried, and Nicole Aarts with head coach Aaron Rodriguez.
To be able to continue to compete in this sport at an elite level, while getting your college education, is truly something to be grateful for.
Marc Morizono, who swims for Mission Viejo Nadadores and Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Southern California, has made a verbal commitment to the Cornell University class of 2020.
NC State star Simonas Bilis was absent from the first two days of the 2015 Nike Cup, but arrived on day 3 to blast a huge relay split in the winning 400 free relay.
Corey Okubo turned in two wins as the Tigers claimed four victories across the board.