School officials told SwimSwam that 13 students were hospitalized Tuesday afternoon.
We have just learned of the passing of Kevin Polansky, the “voice” of the NAIA National Championships, the NCAA Division…
After a first semester that brought top-five rankings for both swimming & diving teams according to the CSCAA, the Greyhounds have taken several steps to create a successful championship post-season coming in February.
UC San Diego and San Jose State swam each other for the second day in a row, with San Jose State coming out on top this time.
Wetzler is balancing life as a mom, student, and Millersville Marauder.
Devin Wise of Madison, Mississippi has announced his verbal commitment to swim at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi for the fall of 2018. He will be joining their class of 2022.
Thornton, Colorado’s Courtnie Lingaas has announced her commitment to the University of Sioux Falls for the fall of 2018. She will be a part of the Cougars’ class of 2022.
Chowan University is adding a men’s swim team in 2018.
Alexander Kunert, a 6’5” butterflyer and freestyler from Berlin, Germany, has made a verbal commitment to attend and swim for Queens University of Charlotte next fall.
On the first day of the 2017 Spartan Invitational in Tampa, Florida, Nova Southeastern freshman Emma Sundstedt broke the NCAA Division II…
Allison Ahl (pictured) and Cassidy Burns have both committed to swim for in-state Gannon University in 2018-19.
Vincent Walden from Crownsville, Maryland has announced his verbal commitment to North Carolina’s Wingate University for the fall of 2018….
Gabby Rosely of Michigan’s Walled Lake Northern High School and Huron Valley Penguins has signed an NLI to swim for the University of California, San Diego next fall.
Amilia Nusbaum from Fishers High School and Fishers Area Swimming Tigers in Indiana will swim for Nova Southeastern in 2018-19.
Coach Marsh discusses the benefits of transitioning to DI, especially in a climate where we are accustomed to seeing more DI swimming programs getting cut than brought in