Tahna Lindquist, left, was the Alaskan State Champion in the 500 free and 200 IM. Her brother Talon, right, was the state champion in the 200 IM and 100 back, despite only being a freshman.
On the eve of signing day, Buffalo gained a program-changing verbal commitment from backstroker, Mallory Buha. Buha is from Novi,…
Backstroker and butterflyer Kiley Eble made her verbal commitment to joint the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles in 2015.
Bryce Timonera of Indian River State College, defending NJCAA national champions for the last 40 seasons, will use the rest…
South Dakota State’s Alex McLain and South Dakota’s Sam Schutt were named The Summit League’s Swimmers of the Week for their performances Nov. 4-10.
Maggie Stovall of the Baylor School and Baylor Swim Club in Tennessee has verbally committed to the Marshall Thundering Herd….
Nation’s Capital Swim Club has landed another swimmer with a Division I program, this time butterflyer/IMer Carol Zangla, who committed to Gardner-Webb University.
Lauren O’Malley, from Marietta, Georgia, has made a verbal commitment to the US Naval Academy.
California’s Dane Bell has made a verbal commitment to swim for Drexel University in 2015-16.
Coach Cavataro is in his 34th season as head coach of the Gaels. His wildly successful tenure at Iona College has been highlighted by leading swimmers to NCAA-qualifying swims, numerous conference championships, and Senior National swims.
Missourian Liam Holt has verbally committed to the Wyoming Cowboys.
Utah Moves to 6-0 Topping Colorado Mesa 179-101
Sage Speak contributed wins in the 100 Breast, 200 Breast and 400 IM to Cal Poly’s 160-120 victory over the Pepperdine Waves.
A solid performance from the Rams underclassmen led to Colorado State’s 180-117 win over the New Mexico State Aggies.
Southern California’s Jerod Magazine is headed to Providence College to swim for the Friars in 2015-16.