UCLA has added another big name to their ever-expanding recruiting class.
Dave Salo will have another North Coast Aquatics swimmer on deck next season with Scott Clausen giving his verbal commitment to the Trojans. (Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Kyle Gornay was one of three ultra-elite male recruits left uncommitted in the class of 2014.
Stanford Head Coach Tedd Knapp and Assistant Scott Armstrong talk about a Wednesday afternoon on the Farm.
The Arizona Wildcats, who didn’t enter a swimmer in the mile at last year’s Pac 12 Championships, have added a good one to their class of 2014.
Maija Roses of SwimMAC Carolina has shown impressive fortitude, and was rewarded for her efforts with a spot in the Cal recruiting class of 2014.
Avon, Indiana senior Christian Lorenz has decided that Arizona State, not Arizona, is where he’s destined to be.
Arizona State kicked off their home season with a different kind of dual meet.
After watching the Michigan Wolverines walk away with the NCAA title a year ago, true freshman Ryan Murphy will look to bring the NCAA team title back to Berkeley.
Despite coaching troubles this week, Arizona finished with duel meets wins versus UNLV. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Stanford take their first travel meet of the season against Oregon State (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Nick Silverthorn of the Pleasanton Seahawks has verbally committed to Cal.
Brady Welch has given a verbal commitment to join Arizona State University’s Men’s Swimming and Diving team beginning with the 2014-15 school year.
Cal has picked up another good breaststroke recruit in the class of 2014.