The Pac-12 Network will, however, still air the conference championship meets live in late February and early March.
Michael McGillivray (above) comes from one of the biggest and broadest swimming families in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
High school junior Kai Crews of Truckee-Tahoe Swim Team has announced his intention to swim for Cal in 2021-22.
Concord, CA breaststroker Jacob Soderlund, who is improving in leaps and bounds, has verbally committed to Cal for 2021-22.
At the 2018 IHSA Girls State Championships, as a sophomore, Stone raced to second-place finishes in both the 50 and 100 free.
Seattle Metropolitan Aquatic Club’s Kate Leary has indicated her intention to swim for the University of Utah in 2020-21.
Utes went at least 1-2-3 in 5 individual events. The best performance from a team perspective came in the women’s 100 breast, where Utah took the top 4 spots
Felner, a sprinter who hit best times in almost all of her best events this summer in long course, has changed her verbal commitment to join Alabama.
Kirschke fought hard on the breast and free legs of the 200 IM to snag the event win and clinch the meet for UCLA in the final individual race of the meet.
Seattle Metro Aquatic Club’s Taylor Kabacy has verbally committed to swim for the Utah Utes in 2020.
Bob Bowman’s Arizona State men rolled past USC, marking their first home victory in the series in 16 years. The USC women, meanwhile, won their 12th-straight over the Sun Devils.
Rhee went 50.66; her previous season-best was a 52.51 from three weeks ago, and she came close to her lifetime best of 50.36 from 2017.
After bringing in a big haul of sprinters in the class of 2019, Arizona State is looking for more of the same in the class of 2020 as signing day nears.
In a monumental turn of events, the NCAA has ordered each of its three divisions to implement new rules no later than January 2021.