Reed Broaders told News-Gazette, “I want to show other African-American females and African-Americans as a whole that you can do this.”
During Moore’s decade as an ECU coach, the Pirates won 4 American Athletic Conference team titles.
The Division I Council reiterated that their priority was championships in winter and spring sports, where teams lost their 2020 championships.
Taylor Schababerle from Houston’s Taylor High School and Katy Aquatics has announced her intention to swim at Washington State in 2021-22.
Fenlon is the #2 200 butterflier in the class, and his fly speed adds even more strength to a Stanford team with a huge class of flyers incoming.
Taylor Ruck, who scored 50 points at the 2019 NCAA Championship meet, will stay in Canada for the fall semester, and is taking things “month to month” she says.
Donovan, a sprint freestyler and backstroker, finished 2nd at the 2019 Mount Hood Futures Championships in the 100 meter backstroke.
The ASUN Conference joins 15 other Division I swimming conferences in postponing fall sports. ASUN plans on holding a spring season for their fall athletes.
Noelle Marsh, from suburban Houston, has verbally committed to Washington State University as a member of the class of 2021.
Just 25 schools have ever won an NCAA women’s or men’s relay title at the Division I level – and only 13 have won a relay in the past decade.
The 3-time defending NCAA Champions from Stanford are still expecting to train on campus this fall, even as instruction at the school goes mostly remote for the first quarter.
15 of 23 Division I swimming conferences have postponed their fall sports, 7 plan to move forward, and one doesn’t sponsor any fall sports.
The NCAA Division I council recommended that student athletes like Grant House have their 5-year clock extended by a year if COVID-19 cuts their season.
The Pac-12 confirmed on Wednesday that its members’ men’s water polo teams, which compete in the MPSF, won’t participate in the fall 2020 season. That includes the defending NCAA Champions Stanford.
The Pac-12 has joined the Big Ten in postponing fall sports. But the Pac-12 also postponed all sports (including swimming & diving) to January 2021 or later