The Arizona Wildcats have picked up Australian breaststroker David Schlicht mid-year.
Gurevich will be a big upgrade for the IM group, as he’s faster than any returner in both IM races.
The Pac-12 Conference office announced that Patrick Mulcare of USC was named Men’s Swimmer of the Week and Stanford’s Conor Casey was voted Pac-12 Men’s Diver of the Week.
The Pac-12 Conference office announced that Taylor McCoy of WASHINGTON STATE was named Women’s Swimmer of the Week and UCLA’s Maria Polyakova was voted Women’s Diver of the Week.
Representatives from the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC will meet this week to discuss 11 proposals ranging from mental health services for athletes to rules on sports agents for college athletes. The meeting is part of the autonomy process for the so-called “power 5” conferences, now in its fifth year.
Liberty University, which over the weekend won its 21st-straight dual meet, led all eligible collegiate women’s teams this fall with a 3.78 GPA. The MIT men also recorded a 3.78 GPA.
The Stanford women are back in action for the first time in 2019.
Arizona State President Michael Crow opened up to AZ Central about the school’s decision to retain Bob Bowman.
Destin Lasco of Pleasantville Aquatics and Mainland Regional High School has verbally committed to the Cal Golden Bears for 2020-21.
Vissering also went 52.29, just ahead of Minnesota freshman Max McHugh’s 52.62, in an incredibly fast 100 breaststroke race today.
National Age Group record-holder and long course standout Dare Rose has made an early commitment to the University of California. He should join the Golden Bears in the fall of 2020.
Anna Hopkin hails from Great Britain, but has been making the most of her stateside home of the University of Arkansas.
Maggie McNeil will suit up twice this week for the Michigan Wolverines as they battle Indiana on Thursday and Ohio State on Saturday.
Following USA Swimming’s announcement last week that Cal’s Dave Durden and Stanford’s Greg Meehan would serve as the 2020 US Olympic…
Coming into Cal as a freshman, Bryce Mefford was intimidated walking into practice, stepping up on the blocks next to names like Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley. But times have changed