North Carolina State wrapped up team wins at the 3rd annual All-NC Invite, dominating the final two sessions on Saturday.
NC State won 9 of the 10 swimming events at the meet’s opening session and swept the diving boards to jump to an early team points lead on both sides.
Carson-Newman broke five school records on Tuesday night, at their intrasquad meet.
Sprint freestyler Austin Hussain has verbally committed to swim for Fresno Pacific next season.
Shannon Fitzsimmons will stay within the state of Massachusetts to begin her college career next season, jumping from Crimson Aquatics to the defending Northeast Conference (NEC) champion Assumption College Greyhounds.
The Northern Michigan pool will get a little more crowded beginning int he fall of 2015.
Megan Zindel has verbally committed to the Truman State Bulldogs.
Western State University Colorado has picked up a familiar name to fill its coaching opening: former Arizona and Wisconsin assistant Geoff Hanson.
The NCAA has rejected swimming’s request to expand the number of men’s swimmers invited to the NCAA Championship meet.
San Diego State defeated the University of San Diego at their annual pentathlon meet for the second-straight year.
The Alabama men looked outstanding in their win over Delta State, especially the team’s sprint group, though the Statesmen got in a few punshes of their own.
The Alderson Broaddus Pool will become the domain of Kevin Lynch for the 2014-2015 season.
It’s still very early in September, but believe it or not, college dual meet season is already upon us. Alabama and Delta State will kick off the year with what appears to be the first dual meet of the 2014-2015 season, happening tomorrow afternoon in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The University of California – San Diego has released its swimming & diving schedule, highlighted by a tough January weekend featuring back-to-back Quad Duals with some stiff incoming competition.
Pace University Director of Athletics Mark Brown has named Dan Allen as Head Coach for the Men’s and Women’s Swimming…