On the final night of the 2016 All-Florida Invite, Florida freshman Maxime Rooney picked up his first-ever collegiate win in the men’s 200 back, clocking a time of 1:47.63.
Szaranek won the race in 1:39.90, coming home hard on the final 50 to out-touch freshman teammate Maxime Rooney (1:40.07).
Florida freshmen Sherridon Dressel and Makayla Sargent impressed on day one, winning their first ever individual collegiate races.
2016 All-Florida Invite 9/23/2016-9/25/2016 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (Nova Southeastern University) Psych Sheets Meet Central (with live stream, results) There have been…
TAMPA, Fla. – University of Tampa alum and Hall of Famer Jimi Kiner has been promoted to head men’s swimming…
Chase Seal from Magnolia, Texas has verbally committed to swim for McKendree University in its second season, next fall.
Alabama vs. Delta State Dual Alabama Defeats Delta State 211-83 (Men), 212-82 (Women) September 9th, 2016 Tuscaloosa, AL Results link…
The collegiate swimming season kicks off this Friday at 4pm as The University of Alabama Crimson Tide hosts the Delta…
The George Washington Colonials announce their 2016-2017 swimming and diving schedule.
University of Tampa swimmer Martin Hammer set a new Norwegian national record at the Norwegian National Championships this morning. He broke his own record and finished first in the men’s 50 freestyle with a time of 22.75, barely breaking his previous record of 22.77. Hammer set his previous record at the Settecoli Trophy meet which took place in Rome, Italy from June 24-26.
The time standards for the NCAA Division II Championships for the upcoming 2016-2017 season have been released, and the cuts for almost every event have gotten faster for the second year in a row.
Division II NCAA standout Matthew Josa will be transferring to the University of California for his remaining two seasons of college eligibility, beginning this fall.
George Emmins, who swims for Rushmoor Royals Swimming Club in Hampshire, England, has given a verbal commitment to Henderson State University for the fall of 2016.
July 1, 2016 begins the new recruiting season for the class of 2017. Take a look at where we are so far with class of 2016 commitments.