Later this week, official NCAA invites for the Division I women’s meet will be announced. Here’s refresher on how the selection process works.
UMBC freshman swimmer Emily Escobedo (New Rochelle, N.Y./Maria Regina) has become the third UMBC female swimmer, and fourth overall, to advance to…
Florida’s Lindsey McKnight is left squarely on the bubble for an NCAA qualification.
Thanks to Carly Rae Tanner for sharing the above featured image with us; we’ll have a full vault from her…
Dartmouth senior Nejc Zupan won the 200 breast and was named Career High-Point Swimmer at the 2014 Ivy League Championships.
The Rice Owls picked up there second consecutive C-USA Championship while the WKU Men took home top honors in the Men’s Invitational Meet.
Excitement is building for the last night of the 2014 Men’s Ivy League Championships at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.
Brian Hogan of Yale set a new meet and pool record in the 1000 free at the 2014 Ivy League Championships in Cambridge.
Someone at Blodgett Pool will be busy at the conclusion of the 2014 Men’s Ivy League Championships; a whole lot of new names will have to go up on the records board. The preliminary session of Day Two saw new pool records established in four of five individual events, including the 100 breast by Nejc Zupan of Dartmouth (pictured above).
University of Pennsylvania sophomore Chris Swanson won the 500 free on the first night of the 2014 Men’s Ivy League Championship at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.
The women of Towson maintain their lead after Day 3, highlighted by a 1-2-3 sweep in the 200 freestyle.
After 3 days of tough competition Defending-Champion Rice still holds a lead over all competitors.
The UWM women won every swimming event on the night, but still trail Oakland in team points. The Grizzly men are in firm control, with Cleveland State second.
The Western Kentucky men have mined a new star out of Nuremberg, Germany.
The CAA is getting much faster! Numerous CAA records came down on Day 1 of the CAA Championships.