Madilyn Sindelar from Rocklin, California committed to swim at the University of South Dakota beginning in the fall of 2018.
Hunter Scott from Rotonda West, Florida has announced her verbal commitment to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she will…
A first-place finish in the 400 free relay propelled the Army West Point men’s swimming and diving team past undefeated UConn, 154.5-145.5, in a dual meet on Friday night at Wolff-Zackin Natatorium.
The Iowa State swimming and diving team beat a pair of opponents at Beyer Hall Friday afternoon.
Annie Norris of Swim Houston Aquatics Center has verbally committed to Lehigh University for 2018-19.
Jordan Gorham from Seminole High School and West Florida Lightning Aquatic has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Texas next fall.
The University of California San Diego is proud to announce its participation in the 2017-18 Collegiate Para Swimming Series, which will kick off in conjunction with the A3 Performance Invitational from Nov. 16-18.
You may have heard that today is “Signing Day.” But what does that mean? Who is signing what? Why today? What happens if I don’t have anything to sign today?
South Plainfield, New Jersey’s Aubrey Marish has made a verbal pledge to Stony Brook University women’s swimming and diving team for 2018-19.
McKayla Sanchez of Temecula Valley High School and North Coast Aquatics has selected the University of Denver for 2018-19.
Quinn Yeager (pictured above) and Heaven Wells have both made verbal commitments to swim for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee next fall.
Coming off an upset loss to in-state rival Texas A&M, the defending NCAA champion Texas men will travel to fast-rising NC State in the marquee dual of the weekend. Meanwhile the NC State women also battle Texas, with the Wolfpack ladies returning home from a brutal road swing in California against Stanford and Cal.
Texas A&M’s win over the Texas men was the biggest headline of the weekend, while the Texas women’s win over A&M was an upset in its own right.
Head coach Katie Robinson announced on Thursday a new class of seven swimmers and divers who will be joining the Green Wave for the 2018-19 season.
Katie Ledecky has had a strong start to the year for the #1 ranked Stanford Cardinal.