2013 NCAA’s was Kevin Cordes’ coming out party. What will he do for an encore? (Photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
The North Carolina Tar Heels have picked up a big recruit that is about a perfect fit for their team.
The Stanford men’s class is quickly catching up on their top-ranked women’s squad.
Wesley Olmsted from High Tide Aquatics brings a great level of balance to the Stanford men’s class so far.
The Virginia Cavaliers have added another very good middle-distance freestyler to their long legacy of that.
Danielle Nack has committed to her home-state university, Minnesota, bringing them the best sprint butterflier in the class.
Jonathan Boffa only swam one individual event, but looked great in a handful of relay swims at the All-NC Invite. Stock
Curtis Ogren won’t go far from home for college, having verbally committed to Stanford.
The Texas women have added another talented underclassmen to their distance group for the 2013-2014 season.
Arkansas dominated the action in the pool on Saturday, but North Texas has perhaps the biggest news coming out of the meet.. STOCK
The Louisville Cardinal have picked up a distance recruit that should serve them very well when they join the ACC in the fall of 2014.
Florida Gulf Coast opened their season, looking for a 6th-straight CCSA title, by sweeping North Florida at home.
“I’m very pleased with our performances this weekend,” Pirate head coach Rick Kobe said. “We had some outstanding swims and I’m very excited about the season ahead. We’ve got a very fast group and should have another outstanding year.”
Aoyama set season opener records in the 50-freestyle (23.36) and the 100-butterfly (54.95) on Saturday. Stephanie North previously held the season opener record in the 50 free, and Amber Boucher held the record in the 100 fly. Boucher’s record in the season opener was 56.33 until Saturday.
Gabby DeLoof, the second-oldest of four DeLoof sisters, has verbally committed to Michigan.