Cristian Quintero will only have three years of eligibility for the USC Trojans.
Case Western will host half of the UAA Championships, and Emory will host the other half.
Former Indiana swimmer Austin Saunders, after a year off of college swimming, will transfer to Queens University.
The 2013 NCAA Division III National Champion women Emory will host a shortened conference championship meet.
Dates: CHANGED TO Friday, February 14th – Sunday, February 16th, 2014 Location: Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center, Charlotte, NC (Eastern Time…
Virginia Tech’s Nathan Hoisington went from 43rd in the conference to 10th in the 100 breaststroke over the weekend, and earned Swimmer of the Week honors for his efforts.
East Carolina swept the Conference USA Swimmer and Diver of the Week honors as junior Lauren Chew and senior Colleen Jones helped the Pirates…
Indiana senior Eric Ress won the Big Ten Swimmer of the Week award for the 3rd time in his career on Tuesday.
Former Arizona head coach Eric Hansen has made his first public comments since resigning from Arizona.
The Assumption College women and the Southern Connecticut State men opened up conference championship season over the weekend by winning…
Last year, Florida head coach Gregg Troy celebrated an SEC title with his men’s team in College Station.
The Jays of Johns Hopkins faced off against some DI competition on Saturday and Sunday in the final meet of their regular season before the Bluegrass Mountain Championships, February 12-15.
MIT’s men’s swimming and diving team raced well on the second day of the non-scoring Wheaton Invitational on Saturday, ending the weekend with multiple wins. Junior Ben Bauchwitz (Hershey, Pa.) led the Cardinal and Gray with three individual wins throughout the day. This meet, which was against Wheaton College, Clark University and WPI, was the last meet that the Engineers will race in until the NEWMAC Championships at the end of this month.
The Emmanuel College Lions finished in first place in 9 out of 10 events against Warren Wilson College.
Arizona State hosted desert rival Arizona in a dual Saturday, the last meet for both Pac-12 foes before the conference championships. The visiting Wildcats picked up two resounding wins – the women triumphed 171.5-105.5, while the men, swimming for a second straight week without star butterflyer Giles Smith, won 158.5-116.5.