Kelsi Worrell is one of 33 swimmers & divers nominated for the 2016 NCAA Woman of the Year.
The year, 163 women’s and 107 men’s division 3 programs were honored by the CSCAA with Scholar All-American awards.
Swimmers once again earn an impressive amount of CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree spots at the D3 level.
Thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family of former SUNY-Cortland swimmer, Jack Jakubek.
The story of how an average swimmer rises to the top with some hard work and a strong team by his side.
Former Stanford assistant coach Scott Armstrong (pictured on the left) will return to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, to take over the head coaching job with the men’s and women’s teams.
A job posting has been made on the NCAA marketplace for the position of Stanford men’s assistant coach: a position formerly held by Scott Armstrong (left).
Ohio State Swim Club seniors Winston Kuriger and Colin Reardon have recently committed to swim for Ohio State and Kenyon, respectively.
CoSIDA Academic All-American At Large Teams announced including 146 swimmers across all three divisions.
The Running Man Challenge, the viral dance craze that started with two high schoolers, has hit the pool. The above…
The recently-retired George Kennedy was honored as a recipient of the CSCAA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Josie Hadaway will swim at Berry College in the fall, joining her sister, Leigh, who has just finished her freshman season for the Vikings.
The Kenyon men have won every single NCAA Division III team title since 1980 save for three– 2011, 2012, and 2016. Each of those defeats have come at the hands of their rival, Denison.
One would think with all these creative videos being produced by swim teams across the country that GoPro would make a killing in advertising and sponsorship. All jokes aside, the newest video to reach SwimSwam is from Division III’s University of the Redlands, a private liberal arts institution just a few miles southeast of San Bernardino, California.
More highlights and interviews from 2016 NCAA Division III Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina.