With this weekend’s All-Florida Invite being the first combined-squad meet of the season for Florida, the Gators took the opportunity…
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch celebrates above after swimming the 200 yard butterfly at NCAA Men’s D1 swimming and diving championships in 2014. Bosch and Several of his teammates secured NCAA B standard championship cuts this weekend at Iowa.
Megan Moroney from Saint Andrew’s Swimming in Florida has verbally committed to the Virginia Cavaliers. Moroney was SwimSwam’s 16th-ranked recruit…
Natalie Hinds of Florida is top qualifier in the women’s 100 fly after the Day Two prelims session of the All-Florida Invite.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish opened their 2014-2015 campaign on Saturday with a win over traditional rival Michigan State in…
Amber Carter (pictured) and Kaitlin Sepp picked up two wins apiece in LSU’s win over Tulane.
Nate Savoy led the Nittany Lion men in a tight meet against Georgia Tech, winning all four events.
With Bryce Bohman gone, Tim Squires is now the star in Morgantown. He showed why in the team’s intrasquad.
Northwestern men’s swimming and diving, through a partnership with Team IMPACT, a Boston-based charitable organization, “drafted” 5-year-old Justin Henry of Evanston Thursday night to become member of the team.
Bruno Ortiz led the Michigan men to a lead over Iowa after a day’s worth of relays, though Iowa’s divers kept them in the hunt,
Wisconsin’s Nick Caldwell won the 500 and 1000 frees against ASU, helping Wisconsin win a share of all but one freestyle event win in its season opener.
The Florida women jumped out to a 101-point lead early after 1 day of the 2014 All-Florida Invite by winning…
The University of Missouri men’s and women’s teams kicked off 2014-15 with the ninth Annual Show-Me Showdown on Friday, October 3.
NC State won 9 of the 10 swimming events at the meet’s opening session and swept the diving boards to jump to an early team points lead on both sides.
Steven Shek (center with sun glasses) and Matt Grauslys (to his right) pose on their recruiting trip to Notre Dame. Also in this picture are fellow commits Dan Speers, Tate Jackson, Ben Gorski, and Jack Russell.