Shchukin (featured image) recorded three first-place finishes over the weekend, including a victory in the 100-yd freestyle in which he posted a time of 44.09. His time in 100-yd free currently ranks as the 7th fastest time in the nation.
South Dakota State’s Wil Hogue and Denver’s Johanna Roas were named The Summit League’s Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Week for their performances Oct. 29-Nov.4.
Florida head swimming and diving coach Gregg Troy had his regular press-conference today to talk about the Florida-Georgia meet from last…
South Dakota State’s Connor Florand and Denver’s Cat Badillo were named the Men’s and Women’s Divers of the Week for their performances Oct. 29-Nov. 4.
All-American Nick Alexiou is one of two sophomores who have decided to transfer from Virginia.
Chris Morgan, formerly of Harvard, has taken a new position with the country’s biggest YMCA team.
Swimming Photos are courtesy of the University of Houston Swimming and Diving Team and photographer Stephen Pinchback / UH Athletics Communications.
Ryan Ball, of Loveland Swim Club, has verbally committed to the Wyoming Cowboys for the 2014-15 season.
The CMS Stags and Athenas won seven of ten events en route to a team victory at the Whittier Co-ed Relays on Saturday. The four-team competition featured a unique set of relays, each of which alternated male and female competitors.
UCSB split the series with Cal Poly and Hawaii in Tri-Meet this past weekend.
The Wheaton men’s and women’s swim teams continued their opening weekend of the 2013-14 swim season with a dual meet against the University of Chicago on Saturday afternoon. Chicago was victorious in both meets, winning the men’s meet 147-97 and the women’s meet 130-118.
“Andrew compliments Brad,” Albion Coach Jake Taber said. “In a meet that was going to be close we could split those guys and win extra events.”
2013 Boston College Swimming and Diving’s Banquet Video is courtesy of Sean Murphy.
“The strength of our men’s team showed today,” Head Coach Goldberg said. “We were able to swim our men’s swim team in several secondary events, which will be very beneficial as the year moves on.”
The Johns Hopkins women’s swim team won eight of 13 swimming events to earn wins over Marywood and St. Francis (PA) at the annul Thomas Murphy Invitational. Hopkins defeated Marywood, 270-87, and St. Francis, 225-106, but suffered a 207-156 loss to host Loyola as the Blue Jays improve to 3-1 on the season.