North Carolina State sophomore Hennessey Stuart wasted no time earning his spot at the NCAA Championships with a big prelims swim.
The second day of the 2015 Janis Dowd Nike Cup left the Duke men with a comfortable lead, however, their female counterparts will have a hard day of racing tomorrow to hold on to their lead over UNC-Chapel Hill.
Because it is an Olympic year, NCAA allows both long and short course meter times to be converted to short course yards in order to qualify for 2016 NCAA championships.
North Carolina State’s Alexia Zevnik leads the pack in the 200 IM on the opening session of the 2015 Janis Dowd Nike Cup hosted by University of North Carolina at Chapel, NC.
The ACC is on the rise in the latest CSCAA women’s poll, with the University of Virginia maintaining its #1 ranking.
Rockville-Montgomery Swim Club teammates Griffin Alaniz, Alex Munson, and Audrey Richter celebrated their college commitments this week.
November 11, 2015 opens the weeklong Early Signing Period, whereby swimmers and divers are invited to sign the National Letter of Intent (NLI) to finalize their college recruiting process.
Tristan Furnary, who swims for Multnomah Athletic Club and the Catlin Gabel School in Portland, Oregon, has verbally committed to swim for Yale University.
Swim GSA’s Amelia Gilchrist is headed to Providence, Rhode Island, to swim for Brown next year.
Emma Holmquist, who swims for the Wilton Y Wahoos, and also for Wilton High School in Connecticut, has made a verbal commitment to the Penn Quakers for 2016-17.
Joon Sung, who swims for Loyola High School in Los Angeles, California, as well as BLAST Sharks, has made a verbal commitment to join the Brown University class of 2020 next fall.
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We are just a few days away from the first National Letter of Intent Signing Period, and verbal commitments continue to roll in. See who we wrote about this week.
Coach Jim Bolster’s Lions took it down to the last event against Army West Point in their home opener on Friday evening, ultimately falling to the Black Knights by the score 153-143.