The Bryant University men’s swimming and diving team earned a 189-109 victory over Providence, while the women topped the Friars 221-78.
With new verbal commitments coming in every day, we have already written about 507 swimmers and divers from the high school class of 2020.
The Fordham swimming & diving team began its 2019-20 season on Friday night by sweeping a dual meet from Manhattan College.
The Illinois swimming and diving team earned wins over Illinois State (210-90) and Southern Illinois (176-123), while SIU defeated the Redbirds (187-113).
2019 NHSA 100 fly champion Anne Rademacher has announced her decision to swim for Northeastern University beginning in the 2020-2021 season.
Versatile swimmer, Anika Lam, sends a verbal commitment to attend reigning Missouri Valley Conference Champions, Missouri State for the 2020-2021 season.
The Pepperdine women head down to San Diego for two back-to-back days of racing this weekend, facing San Diego State, Boise State and U of San Diego.
The Binghamton swimming & diving program has announced the hiring of Mike Kline as an assistant coach. Kline comes to the Bearcats from George Washington.
Missouri State’s Michael Hampel won three events in the Bears’ landslide victory over South Dakota at the Kansas Double Dual en route to MAC honors.
Mark Maguire has been promoted to the associate head coach role at Denver, while former swimmer Kyle Robrock has been elevated to a full time assistant.
Stony Brook’s Michal Liberman and Mia Sclar and UMBC’s Tiago Asakawa and Ben Parker were honored by the America East Conference with weekly awards.
Liberty sophomore Abigail Egolf-Jensen has been named the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA) Women’s Diver of the Week.
Nevada Sophomore Wiktoria Samula swept the breaststroke events.
Oakland’s Mack Flowers and Susan LaGrand picked up Horizon League swimming honors while Milwaukee’s McKenzie Sanchez and Jared Kleczka earned diving honors.