Forty men received Academic All-America At-Large acclaim across Division I, II, III and the college division ranks, including Division I Academic All-American of the Year, PJ Ransford.
Forty-five women received Academic All-America At-Large acclaim across Division I, II, III and the college division ranks, including three Academic All-America of the Year honorees.
Chatham Athletics has announced that Rebecca Yost will take over as the head women’s and men’s swimming and diving coach.
Jared Martin (right), with his coach Russell Peterson (left), has committed to Cal Lutheran for the class of 2022.
Malena Gatti has been named Maine Maritime Academy’s Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach, Director of Athletics Steve Peed announced
Nick Stone, who mentored the first All-America swimmer in 40 years at Buffalo State College and previously served as the interim head coach for the powerful program at Williams College, has been tabbed to lead the men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs at Albion College.
Washington College swimming student-athlete Julia Portmann has been named Overall Centennial Conference Co-Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year spanning all 12 of the conference’s women’s championship sports.
The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced its 2017-18 Google Cloud Academic All-District At-Large teams last week and…
Braxton Justice, who swims for PikeView High School and Concord C-lions has committed to Emory & Henry College for the class of 2022.
Luke Johnson, a film major at Johns Hopkins University, shared his senior thesis/capstone project
Julia Wilson, a senior on the 2017-18 Kenyon College women’s swimming and diving team, was recently awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Emily O’Neil, a senior at Chalmette High School in Chalmette, Louisiana, has signed to swim for LaGrange College in the fall.
Hollins University senior and swimming standout Dani Raymond has been awarded the NCAA Women’s Enhancement Graduate Scholarship, which supports students enrolled in a sports-related program as a full-time graduate student.
I always dreamed about going Division I. I’m pretty sure it’s every 13-year-old boy’s dream of whatever sport they play. Unfortunately life happens, you don’t have enough talent, or you just didn’t work hard enough, etc.… After an awesome senior year I decided to take my swim career to SUNY Geneseo and follow both my brothers’ footsteps into Division III.
Jordan Ren (pictured) of Chapel Hill and Kara Zhang of Raleigh are both committed to the MIT Engineers for 2018-19.