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.”
Martin Pepper, after he finishes his PHD, will become Dr. Pepper: a name made for television. Seen here with his future cohost Liz Bonnin
Class of 2014 backstroker Jacquelyn “Jax” Shoults of the Mission Viejo Nadadores has verbally committed to UCLA, she announced via…
How far will Arizona go? As far as rising senior Margo Geer can take them.
Slovenian swimmer Damir Dugonjic will be returning to his university stomping grounds in Berkley joining the powerful and star studded…
Ting Quah and the UCLA Bruins will take part in 4 televised dual meets in the 2013-2014 season.
Celina Li and Ryan Murphy were Kings and Queens of the pool. Watch this video to see how they got there.
Celina Li took her first big title as a Cal Golden Bear: Queen of the Pool.
Freshman and top recruit Ryan Murphy bettered IM’ers Josh Prenot and Marcin Tarczynski to win the “King of the Pool” title in today’s swimming pentathlon.
Dave Durden’s Cal men, and Teri McKeever’s Cal women, can be caught on tv 7 times in 2014.
The Trojans hope to return on the team podium, as pictured 3rd here in 2012, after falling down to 7th in 2013.
NBAC’s Cierra Runge has made a verbal commitment to the Golden Bears of California.
David Nolan scored 57 individual points and swam on four relays for the Cardinal last year at NCAA’s. What will he do for an encore? (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)