Arizona Wildcats add verbal commitments from JJ Osborn and Claire Lockridge for the class of 2014.
Hannah Weiss of the King Aquatic Club plans to stay on the west coast for her collegiate swimming career.
Andrew Liang is the top men’s recruit in the country to make his verbal commitment public so far this season.
The USC Trojans finished 4th at NCAA’s last year, and will now have to work together to replace Vlad Morozov.
Natalie Coughlin is preparing individual lasagnas for the winners of the big 2012 Cal Aquatics gala auction.
Catherine Breed (above) and Melanie Klaren have been charged as captains of the 2013-2014 Cal women’s team.
Missy Franklin kicked her college dual meet career off with two wins in off events against Oregon State.
2012 Olympic Trials qualifier Jason O’Brien has verbally committed to USC, his North Coast Aquatics coach Jeff Pease confirmed to us today….
Stanford junior sprinter Maddy Schaefer won two events (individual and relay) to help the Cardinal top regional rival San Jose State.
Arizona has started off their 2014 recruiting class well, with a fast Finnish pickup.
Royce Hall, UCLA. The author’s alma mater, and where sadly, there is no longer a men’s swim team.
Katie Grover, a three-time Georgia State Champion, has verbally committed to UCLA.
Cal freshman Celina Li took the Queen of the Pool title last weekend over world-class names like Missy Franklin, Rachel Bootsma, and Liz Pelton.
Senior Maya DiRado is on the precipice of exploding in her final year of NCAA eligibility.
The Sports Illustrated staff added Missy Franklin to their top 100 Twitter users list and believes her Twitter account is “essential to your daily routine for finding news, information and entertainment from the sports world.”