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.
Alabama’s Connor Oslin will be the top seed in finals for the 100 back and 100 fly on day two of the Georgia Tech Invite.
Arkansas Women and Alabama Men split Thursday’s Final session on day one of the 2015 Georgia Tech Invitational
2015 Georgia Tech Invite Thursday, November 19 – Saturday, November 21, 2015 McAuley Aquatic Center, Atlanta, GA Live Video (individual…
The Texas A&M men visited Indian River today, taking down the Pioneers 150-84.
Florida State has opened another avenue for recruiting this offseason, getting a verbal commitment fro junior college national champion Tayla Lovemore.
It was another big week of commitments as swimmers and divers all around the country are making their decisions in advance of National Letter of Intent Signing Period.
It’s Back-to-School-Back-to-the-Pool time, and we at SwimSwam would like to acknowledge the 2632-and-counting freshmen swimmers and divers we’ve been tracking. Good luck to you all; have a great freshman season!
The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced the NAIA and NJCAA Scholar All-America Teams this morning, along with…
Coaches can now agree to swap out a scored diving event in favor of a synchronized diving competition. What does that mean for the NCAA moving forward?
Andrew Heymann, the recently-graduated captain of Yale men’s swimming and diving team, delivered a thoughtful reflection on what he got out of four years as a student-athlete in New Haven, in a speech he gave at the annual Senior Student-Athlete Reception.
Between the more-than-850 commit stories we have written and press releases sent to us by colleges, SwimSwam has compiled a list of over 1000 members of the high school class of 2015. See where they come from and where we will find them next year.
SwimSwam has covered 800-and-counting commit stories, which when taken together tell a story about the high school class of 2015 and where we will find them next year.
James sets national 200 back record, Golden West, Santa Rosa win California Community College titles
The CCCAA (California Community College Athletic Association) national championships saw a national 200 back record go down while Golden West continued their win streak on the men’s side.
Brandon James of Diablo Valley College broke the National Junior College Record in the men’s 200 yard backstroke on Saturday.