The University of Tennessee received another verbal with the likes of Hayden Burns, a Tennessee native who will bring his freestyle times to the table for the 2014-2015 season.
East Bay Aquatics Association’s Carson Sand has verbally committed to the California Golden Bears.
Dylan Bosch, the NCAA and U.S. Open record holder in the 200 butterfly, will look to lead the Michigan Wolverines back up the NCAA podium
Backstroker Cody Moris of Academy Bullets Swim Club has given a verbal commitment to swim for Cornell University beginning in…
Colorado State opens its 2014-15 season with a pair of dual meets on Saturday in Denver, Colo. CSU will go head to head with Denver and Nebraska Omaha.
Sprint freestyler Mary Roberts has verbally committed to the University of California – Santa Barbara, giving the Gauchos a high-upside prospect in the sprints.
The Michigan Wolverines added another swimmer to their distance corps this week, getting a verbal commitment from Texas freestyler Blake Maczka.
Brown University announced three big additions to its coaching staff this week, naming Chris Dart the men’s assistant, Sam Speroni the women’s assistant and Sydnee Lindblom as a volunteer assistant.
Meghan Joram from North Carolina has verbally committed to the Pitt Panthers, adding yet another very good distance swimmer to the…
Freestyler Natalie Clausen from the Waukesha Express Swim Team in Wisconsin has verbally committed to the Tulane Green Wave. She will provide…
The two-time defending Atlantic 10 Champion St. Bonaventure men’s swimming and diving team will start their run at a third consecutive title on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 12:00 p.m. when they host the Colgate Raiders.
Hong Kong swimmer Sabrina Kwok, who is based out of Sydney, Australia, has verbally committed to the UCLA Bruins. Kwok was…
The 2014-15 men’s Ivy League campaign gets underway this weekend with a Cornell scrimmage against Buffalo.
The Vermont swimming and diving team hosts America East opponent New Hampshire this Saturday (Oct. 18) at 11 a.m. at Forbush Natatorium. The meet will be streamed live for free via CatamounTV.com.
The West Florida women’s swimming team had a strong start to its 2014-15 season on Thursday at the UWF Aquatic Center, as the Argonauts went 1-1 against a pair of Division I opponents. UWF topped North Florida 175-87 and fell to Vanderbilt 141-113.