The Early Signing Period for the high school class of 2017 opened today. Check out where the swimmers and divers about whom we’ve written articles have committed in our interactive, sortable index.
On this National Signing Day, take a look at some of our best commitment pictures, including this one from Michigan commit Alex Hughes.
The votes are in, and there are new programs atop the men’s and women’s NCAA rankings: NC State and Stanford lead the November 9 CSCAA polls.
2016 Men’s Varsity Top 20 (Week 10/November 9) Rank Team Week 9 Poll Points 1 University of California-Los Angeles 1…
Sophia Cherkez of Saint Stephens High School and Hickory Foundation YMCA Seahorse Swim Team has verbally committed to the application process at Cornell University.
Virginia Burns of Penn swept the 100/200/500 freestyle events at the double dual meet against Columbia and Army West Point.
Columbia won its season opener against Ivy rival Penn in a nailbiter that came down to the final event.
The University of Miami Hurricanes extended their home dual meet winning streak to 5 straight wins on Friday in a narrow victory over the Princeton Tigers.
Press Release Courtesy of Collegiate Water Polo Association: 2016 Men’s Varsity Pools – Week 9/November 2 2016 Men’s Varsity Top…
Now that we’re getting close to November, many of the top high school swimmers in the class of 2017 have made their verbal commitments to college teams.
Boris Yang, a senior at King George V School in Hong Kong, has made a verbal commitment to the application Process at the University of Pennsylvania.
2016 U.S. Olympian Blake Pieroni of the Indiana Hoosiers has the fastest 200 free in the country this season.
Eric Whisenant from Germantown Center Swim Team in Germantown, Tennessee has verbally committed to Harvard.
A Princeton swimmer was arrested this weekend for allegedly carrying a shotgun illegally.
Sam Tarter of Nation’s Capital Swim Club and Georgetown Preparatory School has made a verbal commitment to the application process at Princeton University.