Amalie Fackenthal of Davis Aquadarts Racing Team and Sacramento Country Day School has verbally committed to Stanford University’s class of 2022.
Lisa Bratton swam in 3 individual A-finals to help the Texas A&M women lead team scoring.
Mara Newman has verbally committed to swim for the University of California, Los Angeles beginning in the fall of 2018….
Gutierrez touched in 1:48.58 to take silver behind Texas’ Jeff Newkirk (1:48.17), clearing the Mexican National record in the event.
With his first year as a California Bear coming to a close, Josa reflected on his transition from North Carolina
Erica Sullivan brought it home over the final 100 to win with 4:09.43, the eighth-fastest time in history for 15-16 girls
Former Georgia Bulldog Samantha Fazio is transferring home to ASU.
University of Arizona All-American Annie Ochitwa has announced that she will transfer to the University of Missouri. She’s at least the…
2016 NCAA champion in the 200 backstroke Danielle Galyer is one of the swimmers selected to represent their conference.
USC’s Anika Apostalon has been named the Pac-12 Conference Woman of the Year for the 2016-17 academic year, the Pac-12…
Lohman will be the fastest breaststroker next year on her new team.
Stanford narrowly edged California for the most World Championship medals in Budapest, winning 14 total and 12 gold medals.
Florida won three medals – all from Caeleb Dressel – and California matched them to lead all NCAA programs on day 7 of the 2017 World Championships.
California alums Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley won silver and bronze medals, respectively, in the 200 back to launch Cal to the top of the NCAA medal table with 5 total medals.
Three Georgia Bulldogs won gold medals on day 5 of the 2017 World Championships, pushing UGA into a tie for 2nd among all schools in our NCAA medal table.