Three NAIA men’s swimmers and divers and five women’s swimmers and divers were selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District At-Large Teams, setting them up for possible Academic All-America honors.
Milligan College has hired Spencer Scarth to serve as head coach of the swim team. Scarth is a former NCAA Division III All-American who comes most recently from Vassar College, where he served as assistant coach.
Transfers have been a major story of the NCAA offseason so far – but there’s likely many more in store.
Higdon will be a part of Simpson’s first recruiting class.
Diving right into 2020: 170 student-athletes from the high school class of 2020 have already announced their verbal commitments to 42 colleges.
Dungan will be joining the #7 team in the NAIA in the fall of 2019.
Westmont head coach Jill Jones-Lin has announced the signing of Morgan Bienias to the women’s swimming team.
Gaby Rego of Orinda Aquatics Club in Moraga and Emma Leathers of Paseo Aquatics in Valencia will be members of the Westmont College’s inaugural team in 2019-20.
Westmont Women’s Swimming, which will begin competing next year, has been granted membership in the Pacific Coast Swim and Dive Conference. The conference features four NAIA schools as well as teams from all three divisions of the NCAA.
SwimSwam is grateful to University of the Cumberlands Sports Information Director Tommy Chasanoff for the outstanding photos from the 2019 NAIA National Championships
SwimSwam is grateful to University of the Cumberlands Sports Information Director Tommy Chasanoff for the outstanding photos from the 2019 NAIA National Championships.
University of the Cumberlands took home the women’s swimming honors while Keiser won the men’s awards at 2019 NAIA National Championships.
SCAD fought until the end but Keiser prevailed and won their second straight NAIA team title.
The Savannah College of Art and Design won its second consecutive NAIA national title on Saturday in Columbus, Georgia.
SCAD now stands at 17.5 points behind Keiser. That’s within relay-DQ range, which is going to make for an absolutely thrilling finals session tonight.