Matt Crispino is reloading for another run at the CAA title
Texan Sarah Wehrmeister has been a standout for Atascocita High School since moving into the district as a sophomore. She…
Irvine NOVA distance freestyler Joe Lastelic has made a verbal commitment to the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos for the 2016-17 season.
Niagara University has received a verbal commitment from West Allegheny Aqua Club’s Hannah Charlton for the 2016-17 season.
This strong showing from the nationally ranked Aggies moved them to a 9th consecutive home win record. They also advanced their over all record against North Texas to 16-0. The Aggies finished 4th at NCAA’s last year, edging the Virginia Cavaliers out of that spot in the last session. Last year, North Texas did not score at NCAA’s
The Northwestern Wildcats won men’s and women’s quad meets this weekend, topping host Chicago, plus the University of Illinois – Chicago (UIC) and Denison.
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Zeeland, Michigan water polo and swimming standout Micah DeJonge has given a verbal commitment to the Golden Grizzlies for 2016-17.
Heaven Quintana of the Wolverines Aquatics Club in Rocklin, California and a senior at Granite Bay High School has verbally committed to UC Santa Barbara for the fall of 2016.
Day 1 recap here. DAY 2 Day two in Lawrence, Kansas did not disappoint as the battle between the women…
Senior Jake Taylor’s four individual wins powered Brigham Young to the men’s team title at the University of the Pacific Invite, while Nevada got trios of wins from Yawen Li and Teresa Baerens to take the women’s trophy.
DAY 1 RECAP Kansas opened their meet season by welcoming the women of Missouri State and Denver Friday night for…
Rebecca Groves of LTP Racing Club gives verbal commitment to UNCW for next season.
Boodt will be North Dakota’s top backstroker from the start
Leading the night was Florida Gulf Coast sophomore Katie Armitage, who won both the 100 breast (1:01.73) and the 200 breast (2:15.69), setting new pool records and achieving NCAA ‘B’ standards in both events.