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.
Southern California standout Sonia Wang has made a verbal commitment to swim at Harvard in the fall of 2015.
USA Swimming National Team swimmer Curtis Ogren highlights Stanford’s 5th-best-in-the-country class.
Both Brooke Zeiger (left) and Heidi Miller (right) find themselves in our 5th-8th ranked recruiting classes, Zeiger with Minnesota and Miller with Princeton.
In a matter of months, Caeleb Dressel has become a household name in swimming. He will try and help the Florida Gators win NCAA titles over the next four years.
Congratulations to Coach Tim Wise and Yale’s men’s swim team for earning the highest team GPA in NCAA Division 1…
The Kentucky Wildcats had a 3.72 GPA in the spring semester to lead all Division I women’s programs.
After 13 seasons leading the Brown men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs, head coach Peter Brown announced his retirement from coaching on Tuesday.
A diver and captain at Princeton during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Mary Mulcare (bottom left) put her EMT training to use, racing north to New York to help victims of the attacks.
The Cornell men’s swimming and diving program announces their class of 2018, made up of ten swimmers and two divers representing nine states and three countries.