No swimmer in the world right now keeps us on the edge of our seats quite like Katie Ledecky, and we’ll get to see her in up to 6 events this week in Greensboro.
Cole Cogswell from the Canyons Aquatic Club, the 7th-ranked recruit in the class of 2015, has committed to the Stanford…
Defending CSCAA Division I Women’s Coach of the Year Greg Meehan (center) gives an inside look at how he’s having success at Stanford.
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.
Video edits thanks to Coleman Hodges. See two views of Stanford freshman Simone Manuel breaking the American Record in the women’s…
The Stanford women’s sprint group, bookended by 2012 Olympian Lia Neal and American Record holder Simone Manuel, very-nearly broke an American Record in the 400 free relay on Saturday night.
San Diego State coach Mike Shrader led his women to an invite win over the UCLA Bruins.
Simone Manuel stole the show, but the A&M women took the title at the 2014 Art Adamson Invitational.
Stanford freshman Simone Manuel has broken her own National Age Group Record in the women’s 100 yard freestyle.
It is shaping up to be a run-away win for Stanford in the men’s competition, but the Cardinal women have some work to do Saturday night to catch Texas A&M.
Sarah Henry, who swam an NCAA A cut in the 400 IM, and the Texas A&M women are leading the Stanford women through day two of the Art Adamson Invitational, but the Stanford men are dominating the field.
Simone Manuel did it again during day two prelims of the Art Adamson Invitational. Manuel swam 1:43.01 in the 200 freestyle, an NCAA A cut and the number one seed heading into finals.
Manuel improves her own 50y freestyle NAG record and also throws down the fastest relay split in history during yesterday’s Art Adamson Invitational
Stanford and Texas A&M were the clear superpowers on Day 1 of the Art Adamson Invitational, highlighted by Simone Manuel’s INSANE freestyle times.