A credible source tells SwimSwam that David Marsh, the former head coach of SwimMAC Carolina, will be taking over the…
As we approach July 1st, the date that had traditionally been the “starting block” for the college recruiting season, we notice…
Sport and politics may be intersecting in a new way in 2017, as the state of California has banned state employees (a banner that would include state-funded University athletic coaches) from using tax money to travel to states with laws considered discriminatory. The list of states currently stands at 8 and includes Texas, the largest of the contiguous United States.
In total, the Stanford Cardinal had the highest number of first team selections with 24 men and women combined.
“My parents always encouraged me to challenge those expectations,” Liz Cocker says.
Bart is back with his third video, this time introducing us to Chris Massaro, the Swimming Strength & Conditioning Coach at the University of Indianapolis.
A record 720 teams were named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville Athletic Department and Athletic Director Ryan Kaiser are pleased to announce Alex Ilchenko as the Lynx Men’s…
Former Missouri State Swimming Record Holder Brad Hamman will be taking the helm of the emerging Triathlon program at Drury University, starting with the 2017-18 season.
Former University of Bridgeport coach Sean Raffile pleaded guilty on two of three charges in a court hearing this morning centering on an April domestic dispute.
The list of seniors from the class of 2017 who plan to swim or dive in college continues to grow,…
Dylan Nasser, who swims with Highlands Ranch Aquatics and Valor Christian High School in Colorado, has committed to swim for Ashland University in the fall of 2017.
Natalie Saul of Waterloo Swimming and Rouse High School will swim for Colorado Mesa University in the fall of 2017.
Jonathan McKeough (pictured above) and Alec Adams of Louisiana, and Stephen Jones of Mississippi, will join the Henderson State University Reddies in the fall.
Two swimmers are among eight student-athletes filing a lawsuit against Lock Haven University for alleged “intentional discrimination on the basis of sex in violation of Title IX.”