York College Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation Paul Saikia is happy to announce that Eric Rasmussen has been named the new head swimming coach/aquatics director at York College.
Diego Mendieta from Pocono Family YMCA will swim for Susquehanna University in the fall.
Caroline Baber of The Collegiate School and NOVA of Virginia is headed to in-state Washington & Lee in the fall.
All of the 2018-2019 NCAA qualifying marks have been released and 26 of 52 individual A and B cuts are…
Swimming, diving, and water polo are among the collegiate sports that have the fewest number of female coaches coaching women’s teams.
The NCAA Division III time standards for the 2018-2019 season are out, though there isn’t much significant change from last season.
Brandeis University coach Mike Kotch is no longer a part of the school’s swimming & diving program, Brandeis says. A local newspaper reports that Kotch had been put on administrative leave following a human resources investigation.
Courtesy: Wisconsin-Whitewater Athletics University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Director of Athletics Todd Garzarelli has announced the hiring of Elise Knoche as Head…
Brogan Barr, previously an assistant men’s and women’s swim coach at Williams College, was recently selected to fill the same role at Hamilton College.
Washington University in St. Louis men’s and women’s swimming and diving head coach Brad Shively has announced the hiring of full-time assistant coach Eleanore Stevens.
The start of NCAA dual meet season isn’t as far away as you think… Check out upcoming dates for the World Cup series, the first NCAA dual meet and an intriguing new battle of major NCAA conferences.
Ben Griffith of Chattanooga, Tennessee’s McCallie School and McCallie / GPS Aquatics has committed to swim for Illinois’ Wheaton College beginning this fall.
Washington College head men’s and women’s swim coach Matt Harris has announced the hiring of Philip Quick as the assistant coach for both programs.
Alexiz Zevnik (above) was named the 2017 ACC Swimmer of the Year, and now the conference has nominated her for 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year.
Mark Fino, head coach of the men’s and women’s swimming and diving program at John Carroll University, is bringing on 12 incoming freshmen and 1 transfer this fall.