Keelin O’Connor from Grandview Heights High School and Ohio State Swim Club has verbally committed to University of Sioux Falls.
The Queens University of Charlotte men’s swimming opened the 2017-18 season with 10 wins in what proved to be a challenging meet against Davidson College on Saturday morning.
The Lees-McRae College Department of Athletics announced that it will add men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs for the 2018-19 academic year.
Press Release courtesy of Sioux Falls Athletics. Expanding their coaching staff in the second year of competition, University of Sioux…
Biola University Athletics is pleased to announce Ryan Kauth as the Eagles’ Interim Head Swim & Dive Coach.
Alabama swept Delta State in the first dual meet of the 2017-2018 NCAA season.
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference and the Mountain East Conference are partnering to offer swimmers and divers a championship meet to conclude the 2017-2018 season.
The 2017-2018 NCAA National Championship meet qualifying standards for Division I (the biggest schools) and Division III (non-scholarship) swimming were…
Simon Mooney, from Bentonville, Arkansas, has verbally committed to swim for Oklahoma Christian University beginning in the fall of 2018….
Swimming fans, take heart: we’re almost through the post-World Championships doldrums and into the frenzied NCAA dual meet season. In fact, NCAA competition opens this Friday with Alabama going on the road to battle Delta State.
Reece Whitley, the #1 recruit in the class of 2018, verbally committed to Cal on June 17, 2017.
Drury University plans to announce its new anti-hazing policies later this month, an update spurred by allegations from a former swimmer who says team hazing effectively ended his swimming career.
Northern Michigan University Athletics is excited to announce their incoming first-year athletes for fall 2017. The Wildcats, an NCAA Division…
Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, the first Canadian university accepted into the NCAA, has hired Mandi Smith as their new…
avid Marsh, the 2016 Rio Olympic head coach for Team USA women, will be taking over the head coaching position at the University of California San Diego