Abigail Richey, a three-time Virginia 3A state champion in mid-distance freestyle, has made a verbal commitment to the SCAD Savannah Bees.
The Virginia Tech Hokies begin their ACC in-conference schedule this weekend against UNC and Duke, also known as a little thing they like to call “into the jungle.”
Former University of Iowa All-American Deidre Freeman will compete at the FINA Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from Oct. 24-26 at the National Aquatic Center. Freeman is one of 11 athletes that were chosen by the USA Diving Committee to compete for Team USA.
UNC Top-15 Rankings: Men’s 200-yard backstroke, Patrick Myers, 13th, 1:46.89
The University of New Mexico’s swimming and diving team brought in a victory for their home opener against Air Force Academy in the dual meet with a final score of 180 to 119.
The men’s team outpaced Gordon College the University of New England outscoring them 235, 126, to 67. The women’s team was equally impressive in their debut grabbing 279 points.
Cradock: “I want to thank all the coaches who have been a part of this over the years, including Chris Gibeau who has been here with me for most of it,” he added. “I am proud to work with talented athletes both in the past and the present for their spirit of hard work and upholding UMBC tradition.”
Ali Powell has committed verbally to the Arizona Wildcats for the 2015-16 season.
Breaststroker Matthew Dunphy from the Winchester Swim Team has verbally committed to the Tennessee Volunteers. Dunphy admits that he was a…
Annika Kollevoll of the Bolles School has made a verbal commitment to join the Northwestern Wildcats beginning with the 2015-16 season.
In this parody video, the mascots of the Big Ten Conference get together to “shake it off” to Taylor Swift’s latest hit.
Walker Bell of Santa Barbara Swim Club has committed to swim at University of Southern California in the class of 2019.
Grace Tierney from suburban Chicago has verbally committed to the Wisconsin Badgers.
Louisiana High School double state champ Jared Williams has verbally committed to swim for Georgia Tech, the butterflyer announced on Twitter.
Thomas Bilden has verbally committed to swim for the North Carolina Tar Heels, starting next fall.