Distance freestyler Avery Herring has announced her intention to swim for NAIA’s Lindsey Wilson College beginning in the fall of 2021.
Denison University led all NCAA Division III schools with 42 swimmers and divers earning All-American status this season.
T&T backstroker Delroy Tyrrell will bring conference A final-worthy times to Lindsey Wilson when he starts in the fall of 2021.
Michael Cellucci will join Milligan with Appalachian Conference top-8 times in the 500 free, 400 IM, 100/200 breast and 1650 free.
With his best times, Vallance will immediately improve the West Virginia Tech distance group with a 1650 time faster than the program’s best last season.
Carr would’ve made Mid-South Conference Champs A-finals in her four best events, while she’s already nearly fast enough to score at the NAIA Championships.
Miriam Guevara was recently disqualified at the Women’s Big Ten championships under the “honest effort” rule. Was what she did really that egregious?
McCosh’s lifetime bests smash the current school records in both fly events, along with the 500 free, making him a huge pickup for Milligan.
Harviel is a great pickup for Milligan, providing them with more top-end talent in the mid-distance group and additional relay depth.
The NAIA Championships have been cancelled after the Columbus Aquatic Center determined it couldn’t fulfill its hosting obligations due to COVID-19 concerns.
Recent reports bring into question the likelihood of the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships and NCAA Basketball Tournament happening
Keiser (Fla.) remains atop the most recent NAIA coaches polls for the fourth consecutive week.
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