Indiana State University is building a brand-new swimming & diving program, and the Sycamores are partnering with SwimSwam to give you a front row seat to the process.
Coming off an NCAA title in his freshman year, Caeleb Dressel will look to lead the Gators to an even better 2015-2016
Micaela Grassi, a senior at Langley High School in McLean, Virginia, has given her verbal accord to 2015 Big East Champions, Villanova University.
Kristyn Popowski, of Greater Holyoke YMCA and Holyoke Catholic High School, has verbally committed to UMass.
Davis Arden Racing Team’s Katie McIntee gave a verbal commitment to the San Jose State Spartans for 2016-17.
The reign continues for Cal junior Celina Li, who won her third-straight Queen of the Pool title on Friday at Cal Poly.
Colton Hall, a senior at Medfield High School, has given a verbal commitment to swim at Colgate University.
Cassie Ward of Gaston Gators verbally commits to Marshall University.
Shawn Lemarie, who swims for T2 Aquatics and Naples High School, has given a verbal commitment to George Washington University.
Alli Lapps from Tennessee commits to George Washington University in Washington DC.
Maddie Strasen, who swims for Tampa Bay Aquatics and Robinson High School, has verbally committed to the University of Vermont for 2016.
Jack Blyzinskyj and Ashlee Linn combined to sweep the 200 back titles in impressive times as Florida won its 6th-straight team title at the All-Florida Invite.
Jacki Schoening of Marlins of Raleigh has verbally committed to join the Towson Tigers starting in 2016-17.
For the men, Nova Southeastern’s Thiago Sickert swam a 44.68 for the top seed. That was good enough to put him ahead of Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (45.01) and Corey Main (45.49).
The University of Florida swimmer continued to dominate on the second day of the 2015 All-Florida Invite. Florida State started…