NCAA Division I Mid-Major

Tennessee NCAA Qualifier Christina Leander Transferring to Miami

Christina Leander, a 2014 NCAA Qualifier for Tennessee, will transfer to Miami in the fall.


Butterflier Jessica Bonezzi Makes Early Commitment To Akron

“It was one of the easiest decisions I’ve ever made. The team has a great, hardworking atmosphere, the coaches are knowledgeable and encouraging, and the school is also great academically with strong support from staff and advisors. The campus is beautiful and so is the pool and training facilities. It is all around the best fit for me. I cant wait to be a Zip!”


Florida Gulf Coast’s Emma Svensson nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year

Florida Gulf Coast University’s standout swimmer Emma Svensson has been nominated for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year award.

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A Look at Western Kentucky University Two Months After Program Suspension Announcement

It has already been two months since the swimming and diving programs at Western Kentucky University were suspended; how are the impacted athletes faring?


UNLV hires former Cal national champ Ellie Monobe as new assistant coach

The UNLV Runnin’ Rebels have added former Cal captain Ellie Monobe to their new-look staff as a assistant coach.

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WKU All-American Schwingenschlogl, Laemmler Transfer To Mizzou

WKU’s All-American breaststroker, Fabian Schwingenschlogl, and backstroker Nadine Laemmler will be transferring to the University of Missouri.


Fastest 200 Yard Freestyler in History Simon Burnett Hired at UofPacific

The fastest 200 yard freestyle in swimming history, Simon Burnett, has been hired as an assistant coach by the University of…


IUPUI Hires Caitlin Hamilton As Women’s Assistant Coach

“We are very excited to add Caitlin to our coaching staff. Caitlin brings a lot of knowledge as an outstanding swimmer in her own right, and she has spent the past couple of years on the pool deck learning from some great coaches,” Bos said.

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Olympian Simon Burnett Joins Pacific Tigers Swimming Staff

“His NCAA and international experience will help our talented swimmers reach their potential,” said Head Coach Richardson. “A number of our athletes are striving to make their respective international and Olympic teams and Simon is the perfect fit.”


Yale Captain Andrew Heymann: 5 Reasons “Athletics” is Most Important College Class

Andrew Heymann, the recently-graduated captain of Yale men’s swimming and diving team, delivered a thoughtful reflection on what he got out of four years as a student-athlete in New Haven, in a speech he gave at the annual Senior Student-Athlete Reception.


PHOTO VAULT: Northern Arizona’s Pool Starting To Take Shape

Northern Arizona University is getting a new home for its swimming and diving program, and coach Andy Johns has been kind enough to share photos of the new building from various times this summer. Swimming fans can watch a time-lapse of sorts as the facility starts to rise from the ground up.


Over 1000 College Swimming Commits in 2015, see the list here

Between the more-than-850 commit stories we have written and press releases sent to us by colleges, SwimSwam has compiled a list of over 1000 members of the high school class of 2015. See where they come from and where we will find them next year.


7 Swimmers and 1 Diver to Join Lehigh University’s Men’s Team in the Fall

The Lehigh men’s swimming and diving team, which finished fourth at the 2015 Patriot League Championships, has put together a strong class of 2019. Seven swimmers and one diver will join the Mountain Hawks in the fall of 2015.

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Former Western Kentucky Commit Rachael Kelch Chooses San Diego State Upon Re-Commit

San Diego State head coach Mike Shrader (left) has added more talent to his rising San Diego State program.

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800 College Swimming Commits so far in 2015, see the list here

SwimSwam has covered 800-and-counting commit stories, which when taken together tell a story about the high school class of 2015 and where we will find them next year.