At the 2019 NCAA Division I women’s swimming & diving championships, Stanford became the first women’s team since Auburn from…
The University of Arizona will fill one of its open assistant coaching positions, hiring current University of the Pacific head coach Peter Richardson.
Reece Whitley has completed the first of three stops in the Mare Nostrum series, and sat down with SwimSwam to recap his progress
In celebration of his birthday on Thursday, US National Teamer Grant Shoults announced that he’s almost ready to return to…
Cameron Craig’s last competitive race was at the 2018 NCAA Championships, where he earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the 100 free for Arizona State.
Scott Sobolewski will be a part of the breaststroke rebuild for the USC men after big graduations.
Cal coach Teri McKeever (above) has found her newest assistant in the ranks of NCAA Division III swimming.
Leah Smith collected three wins – and knocked 15 seconds off her 200 breast lifetime best – at the Southwest Classic this weekend in Tucson, Arizona.
Cal’s Katie McLaughlin won the 200 fly at the Speedo Grand Challenge with a 2:09.52, her first time swimming sub-2:10 since 2015.
Rick Mihm has verbally committed to the Stanford Men’s Swimming Class of 2024.
Caskey heads to Palo Alto after four seasons serving as an assistant at Wisconsin.
Seven highly accomplished individuals, including swimmer Dana Vollmer and water polo player John Mann, and a storied varsity 8 crew have been elected into the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame.
After winning the 200 fly in Bloomington, Katie Drabot earned 2nd in the 50 fly with 26.66. Drabot’s swim was a new best, her first time cracking 27 seconds.
Caitlin Tycz will transer to Yale after spending two seasons as a USC Trojan.
After a slow start to the NCAA offseason, we’ve seen an influx of hires in the last week.