The NCAA will not allow swimmers to wear any technology that transmits information to an athlete in real-time, only devices for “data collection.”
Moritz Bartels of Grand Valley State University and Taylor Pike of Texas A&M claimed titles at the 2019 CSCAA Open Water meet
Alabama won their first meet of the Coley Stickels era, but the Crimson Tide’s new head coach named the meet a “Wakeup Call” for some of his athletes.
Concordia St. Paul’s new women’s swimming program, which launches next season, has picked up a veteran NCAA coach for its inaugural season.
Despite a coaching change for Alabama, the Crimson Tide will still open up the fall NCAA dual meet schedule with their annual tilt with Delta State on Friday.
The NCAA has launched a championships bid portal for prospective host sites to bid for future NCAA Championship events, including swimming & diving.
Colorado School of Mines Director of Athletics David Hansburg has named Claire McDaniel the head coach of the Orediggers’ men’s and women’s swimming program.
German swimmer Yara Hierath has verbally committed to UC San Diego for 2020-21. She placed 10th in the 10km at 2019 Euro Juniors this summer.
Fonville has been 22.3 in the 50 free and 49.4 in the 100 free, bringing in impactful sprint speed to the Wolfpack program.
With 15 years of collegiate coaching experience, Phil Hurley comes to Saint Francis after spending the last two seasons as the head coach at Lock Haven.
Brea, California, native Liza Parahnevich is heading just down the road to La Mirada, to continue her swimming career at Division II’s Biola University.
Kyle Berg stepped down from his position as head coach of the Rollins College men’s and women’s program. He will be replaced by Julianne Lehner.
Assumption College announced the hiring of Richard “Doc” Ludemann, who boasts 30 years of coaching experience, as the head women’s swimming and diving coach.
Alderson Broaddus Director of Athletics Carrie Bodkins has announced Katrice Keane as the next head coach of the school’s swimming teams.
Colorado School of Mines swimming head coach Nate Rothman has announced he will step down from his position after more than a decade on the pool deck.