Heidi Katter (right) has made her verbal commitment to swim for the Yale Bulldogs beginning in the fall of 2015, pending completion of the admissions process.
Joe Lucia, the Philip H. Bartels Head Coach of Swimming at Cornell, announced the promotion of two assistant coaches to associate head coach: Patrick Gallagher and Wes Newman.
HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs are pleased to announce the hiring of Alexi…
SwimSwam caught up with AquaZot’s Corey Okubo at Junior Nationals in Irvine, where Okubo talked about his performance in the 200 fly and 200 back and laid out his plans for Nationals and for starting Princeton in the fall.
Columbia’s acting head coach Michael Sabala announced the six swimmers and four divers who will make up the class of 2018.
Columbia head men’s coach Jim Bolster has assembled a class of 11 to do battle for the Lions in the upcoming 2014-15 season.
Princeton University’s Susan Teeter will begin a two-year stint as President of College Swimming Coaches Association of America this fall.
Brown University (pictured is its Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center) will be splitting it’s men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs on the heels of longtime head coach Peter Brown’s retirement.
The Ivy League’s Brown University Bears have announced 19 incoming freshmen for the coming season, 10 on the men’s side and 9 on the women’s.
Harvard men’s swimming and diving announced the eight members of its incoming class of 2018.
Would the toughened standards have kept Cal from winning the men’s NCAA title? Probably not. They would, however, have significantly impacted the NCAA fate of several other teams.
2014 NCAA Champion Brittany MacLean now has her targets for 2015 qualifying when she will be a junior at Georgia.
“Unfortunately for the swimmers, chlorine side-effects are the worst at swim meets. Because of increased chlorine, swimmers are exposed to higher levels of chlorine during meets.”
The Georgia women not only had the most points at the 2014 NCAA Championships, they also had the most athletes competing on their way to a GPA of 3.5 or above for the spring semester.
The Michigan Wolverine and Florida Gator men top the list of Division I CSCAA Scholar All-Americans released today, with 6 swimmers earning the honor from each team.