Alicia Wilson swam a really tough double, taking 2nd in the 300 IM with a 3:11.23, then turning around and winning the next event, the 150 fly, in 1:28.47.
Olympic Trials qualifier diver Emilie Moore has committed to Stanford, bringing diving versatility to the class of 2026.
Keller Morgan, a “Best of the Rest” distance freestyler from the class of 2023, has verbally committed to USC.
Hathazi will arrive in Pullman with converted times that are under the Washington State team records in both fly events.
The Bears finish out the calendar year with a dual meet that will be held at Legend Aquatic Center against UC San Diego.
Arizona State’s Grant House is one of the major reasons why the Sun Devils have surged up our most recent NCAA Men’s Power Rankings.
Brakebill will bring impressive sprint freestyle times to USC when she arrives in Los Angeles, California in the fall of 2022.
The Virginia Cavaliers continue to hold the top spot in our December NCAA Power Rankings.
The Stanford freshman Huske set top-five marks in school history and won every individual event she swam in during the month of November.
At Texas A&M’s Art Adamson Invitational, Dillard won the 200 breast in a personal-best 1:52.44 to set a USC school record and a top-five mark in the nation.
Destin Lasco, who was the NCAA runner-up last year as a freshman, won the 200 back in Minnesota with a 1:39.24, now the fastest time in the country
Spring Swim Team sprinter Will Woodall has made a verbal commitment to Arizona State University for 2023-24.
Only one U.S. Open Championship Record is older than the 200 backstroke record that Regan Smith broke on Saturday. The old mark was set by Hayley McGregory in 2008.
It was Cal freshman Gabriel Jett who rocketed off of the wall into the finish, busting out a 1:32.52 that makes him the 2nd-fastest man in the NCAA