On his fifth straight 50 under 30 seconds, Sweetser caught Finke and Ransford with 150m to go and ran away for the win, touching in 14:59.73 to break 15 minutes for the first time in his career.
Emma Smethurst of Northgate High School and Walnut Creek Aquabears has verbally committed to the UCLA class of 2022.
Katie Ledecky had an eventful night on Day 1 of Nationals, placing 6th in the 100 free before turning around less than an hour later and winning the 800 free to punch her ticket to Budapest
The 2016-17 Pac-12 Tom Hansen Conference Medal Winners were announced today. A Conference Medal is awarded annually to each member…
Katie Ledecky was presented with the Honda Cup tonight at the Collegiate Women Sports Awards Show in Los Angeles.
As we approach July 1st, the date that had traditionally been the “starting block” for the college recruiting season, we notice…
Sport and politics may be intersecting in a new way in 2017, as the state of California has banned state employees (a banner that would include state-funded University athletic coaches) from using tax money to travel to states with laws considered discriminatory. The list of states currently stands at 8 and includes Texas, the largest of the contiguous United States.
Cal All-American Andrew Seliskar is absent from the entries for the upcoming 2017 U.S. Nationals, which serve as the World Championships Trials.
The entry list for the 100 free reveals there will be no Anthony Ervin in the 100 free, but Ryan Murphy and Jack Conger will take a shot at the event.
Las Vegas distance standout Erica Sullivan has verbally committed to the University of Southern California’s women’s swimming and diving team.
In total, the Stanford Cardinal had the highest number of first team selections with 24 men and women combined.
Katie Ledecky was named as the Pac-12s #2 student-athlete of the year.
Stanford Athletics announced Tuesday that its women’s swimming head coaching position has been endowed through a generous gift from the…
Top ranked recruit Reece Whitley has announced his verbal commitment to Cal for the 2018-19 season.
Six-time Texas 6A state champion Jack LeVant has made a verbal commitment to swim for the Stanford University Cardinal beginning with the 2018-19 season.