The women of Rice, including Erin Flanigan (pict’d), were dominant in their overall team victory at the Incarnate Word Christmas Invitational this weekend.
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Coach Brent MacDonald was named Coach of the Year after just his first season of competition in the Big East. With this honor, Coach MacDonald has been named Coach of the year in both the Atlantic 10 and the Big East.
The Northern Arizona Lumberjacks completed their week-long training trip to California on Saturday with a win over the University of…
Rachel Moody (above) and Casey Clark each broke Rice School Records in primary events on Saturday at the UIW Christmas Invitational.
The Rider University Broncos have signed 8 swimmers and divers, 5 men and 3 women, in the early signing period….
Coach Woodard. “We are sitting at .500, and all in all I think our girls have done a great job in training and in their race strategy. We feel pretty good; now it is time to push the pedal for the rest of the season.”
FGCU’s Emma Svensson brings home the 50y and 100y freestyle wins, as the Eagles trounced both GA Tech and Florida Atlantic.
The Navy men’s and women’s teams trounced Army, leaving the record between these two rivals at 29-4 in Navy’s favor.
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles rolled to a home win over North Florida Tuesday, taking 11 of 14 events.
The Towson University men’s swimming and diving program has added 13 student-athletes for its 2015-16 recruiting class, Head Coach Pat Mead announced.
Connor Stirling (middle) with coach Nate Moore (left) and teammate Drew Eisen (right) will swim for the BYU Cougars.
Cal’s Liz Pelton (right) and Missy Franklin (center) lead the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cuts each, and Rachel Bootsma (left) is also qualified.
Oakland swimming and diving head coach Pete Hovland announced Tuesday the addition of 13 student-athletes during the fall signing period.
Rider University swimming head coach Steve Fletcher has announced that 8 have signed NLI to further their athletics and academic careers as members of the Class of 2019.