The Pac-12 announced on Thursday that it would not expand its conference beyond its twelve member schools.
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The three conferences are joining forces for a “collaborative approach surrounding the future evolution of college athletics and scheduling.”
The University of Texas Longhorns (above) qualified 18 athletes for the NCAA Championships and won their 15th NCAA Team Title in Greensboro.
Adam Chaney led off Florida’s 3rd-place 400 medley relay at last year’s NCAA Championships. The Gators will return their entire relay for next season.
Governance issues are primarily at the forefront of the conversations involving the three conferences, and announcement could come as early as next week.
Pac-12 A finalists Chloe Larson, Mackenzie Duarte, and Taylor McCoy will be coming back to Pullman, WA for a 5th season with the Cougars.
Oswego High School senior Lauren Wille verbally committed to swim at Washington State University as part of its class of 2026.
CIF San Diego Section DI record-holder Emily Lundgren has verbally committed to swim for Washington State University’s class of 2026.
The Cougars will host four meets during the 2021-22 season.
4-time Canadian Olympic medalist Taylor Ruck has confirmed to SwimSwam that she will be returning to Stanford this fall.
The 18-year-old Huske joins fellow NCAA freshmen Regan Smith and David Curtiss, who both announced partnerships with Speedo over the last month.
Jackson returns to her alma mater after spending the last two seasons as an assistant at Florida Gulf Coast University.
The past, present, and future women of Stanford swimming collected a total of 7 medals in swimming at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Henry Morrissey, one of the top ranked recruits in the high school class of 2022, has announced his verbal commitment to swim at Stanford University.