Limestone College in Gaffney, South Carolina informed their swimming & diving teams on Wednesday afternoon that the school would be…
Diving will become an official sport at Roberts Wesleyan College beginning in the 2018-19 season. Bob Segave, Director of Athletics announced on Friday that diving will be added as an NCAA Division II sport in tandem with the newly created swim program that was added this past year.
Kyle Vosen of Scottsboro Swim Association and Scottsboro High School has announced his intention to swim for the Drury Panthers next fall.
Avery Witcher of Bowling Green, Kentucky’s Greenwood High School and RACE Aquatics has signed an NLI to swim for Bellarmine University next year.
Finnish breaststroker William Wihanto will spend his final collegiate season in La Jolla with the UCSD Tritons.
Queens University of Charlotte swimmers Marius Kusch and McKenzie Stevens were selected as the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Year.
Isaak Webb, a former letterman for the University of Iowa Hawkeyes, has announced he will transfer to Lindenwood University in the fall. He will join the Lions with his sister Madeline Webb, an incoming freshman.
Rogersville, Missouri’s Ethan Bergmann has committed to swimming for Missouri University of Science and Technology next fall.
Drury University sophomore Bailee Nunn has been named the Division II Honda Athlete of the Year Nominee for swimming & diving,…
The University of Montevallo, a Division II School in Montevallo, Alabama will add men’s and women’s swim teams to its…
Kham Glass of Brandon High School and Sunkist Swim Team has announced his verbal commitment to storied D2 powerhouse, Drury University.
2018 NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships Dates: Wednesday, March 14 – Saturday, March 17 Swimming: prelims 10am,…
Queens junior Marius Kusch broke his second NCAA Division II and Championship Meet Record on Saturday, going 42.42 in the 100 free.
Day 4 finals of the 2018 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships from the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
Northern Michigan’s Rachel Helm is top seed in the women’s 200 back on the final night of competition in Greensboro.