On the first day of the 2017 Spartan Invitational in Tampa, Florida, Nova Southeastern freshman Emma Sundstedt broke the NCAA Division II…
Allison Ahl (pictured) and Cassidy Burns have both committed to swim for in-state Gannon University in 2018-19.
Vincent Walden from Crownsville, Maryland has announced his verbal commitment to North Carolina’s Wingate University for the fall of 2018….
Gabby Rosely of Michigan’s Walled Lake Northern High School and Huron Valley Penguins has signed an NLI to swim for the University of California, San Diego next fall.
Amilia Nusbaum from Fishers High School and Fishers Area Swimming Tigers in Indiana will swim for Nova Southeastern in 2018-19.
Coach Marsh discusses the benefits of transitioning to DI, especially in a climate where we are accustomed to seeing more DI swimming programs getting cut than brought in
The Cleveland State University men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams resumed action by sweeping host Ashland Saturday afternoon inside Messerly Natatorium.
Ashleigh Allen, a senior from Clarkston High School in Clarkston, Michigan, has given her verbal commitment to Wayne State University’s…
Using our Swimulator, we can simulate the results of the 2018 Division II NCAA Championships based on times so far this year.
Walnut High School and BREA Aquatics’ Cara Le will swim for Fresno Pacific next fall.
Dynamo Swim Club’s John Ryan signed a NLI to swim for Lenoir-Rhyne University beginning in the fall of 2018. Ryan is the captain of the South Forsyth High School swim team; he swims year-round for Dynamo Swim Club at the Alpharetta Swim Center.
2017 TEXAS INVITATIONAL Live Results Psych Sheets Meet Central NCAA Qualifying Hosted by Texas (Austin, Texas) 25 Yards Invite Format…
The Academy Bullets Swim Team announced via social media that three of their swimmers from Rosary High School signed NLIs…
The University of California San Diego will complete its expected jump to the Division I level and will join the Big West Conference in 2020.
Katelyn Thomas from Southern California’s Heritage High School and Mesa Aquatics will swim for Concordia University Irvine next fall.