The Old Dominion Aquatic Club has nine graduating seniors who will be swimming in college this fall.
Megan Wojnar (left) and Katie Cooper (right) of Bridgewater-Raritan High School and Somerset Valley YMCA are headed to Gettysburg College in the fall.
Clio Hancock from Evanston Township High School and YMCA Flying Fish has committed to Emory for 2018-19.
There is currently only one NCAA swimming & diving team in the state of Mississippi: the combined-gender, nationally-ranked, Division II…
NCAA Swimmer of the Year Ella Eastin was among the swimmers named a CSCAA Academic-American.
Fort Collins, Colorado’s Richard Dauksher has committed to swim for Carnegie Mellon University beginning in the fall of 2018.
Courtesy: Ohio Northern Athletics Austin Veltman has been named the head men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach at Ohio…
Bob Hackett, a former Olympian and 1976 Silver Medalist in the 1,500 Freestyle, is set to join the staff full-time.
159 swimmers and divers from the class of 2019, including 14 boys and 17 girls from our top-20 lists, have already announced their verbal commitments for the fall of 2019.
Waterloo Swimming senior headed to swim in college, from left to right: Jacob Stubbs, Staley Varozza, Alyssa Grunloh, Breanna Harris, Brynn Stokes.
Cambrie Cooke has been awarded the Educator’s Legacy Scholarship and will swim for McDaniel College beginning in the fall of 2018.
Former Rowan University head swimming coach Tony Lisa, who retired in 2014 after 35 years of coaching, has died according to…
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.