The Southern Illinois men and women captured a win over Evansville on Saturday. The Saluki men won 192-114, while the women claimed a 210-84 victory.
SMU men’s swimming picked up seven event victories over Oklahoma Baptist at the North Texas Relays to open the 2015-16 season.
La Salle swimming and diving head coach Jamie Platt is pleased to announce the hiring of Mark Yankovich as an assistant swimming coach.
UMBC and Bucknell exhibitioned on Saturday to open the 2015-16 season. Maddy Popalis won her first collegiate race at the meet for UMBC.
The Penn State women won their season opener on Friday, while the men fell to Georgia Tech. It was a tri-meet against Liberty and Georgia Tech for the women and a dual against the Yellow Jackets for the men.
The St. Bonaventure women’s swimming team saw its first meet action Saturday at the Western New York Invitational hosted by the State University of New York at Buffalo.
St. Cloud State and North Dakota went head to head in a dual meet on Saturday. Both the North Dakota men and women were victorious
Peyton Wilson, who swims for the LTP Racing Club and James Island Charter High School, has verbally committed to swim for San Diego State University next year.
Ana Menéndez, one of Spain’s top breaststrokers, has made a verbal commitment to the University of South Carolina for the 2016-17 season.
“Hanna has joined our team and we are excited to have her as a part of our program. She’s a talented swimmer who will help us in multiple events.” – Purdue Head Coach John Klinge
SOLO Aquatics freestyler/IMer Bryanna Cameron has given her verbal commitment to the UNC Tar Heels starting next fall. Cameron’s best events are…
“The FGCU Classic is a short and fast format that will be great for fans to come out and enjoy,” said Florida Gulf Coast’s head coach Neal Studd.
Lindsay Wallace, who had a career-year as a junior, is one of two new commits for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
It didn’t feel much like summer season, with temperatures hovering around 60 degrees Fahrenheit at the outdoor Michigan State pool, but the Michigan Wolverines threw things back to summer’s long course meters format with a triangular win over Big Ten foes.
Justin Ress kicked off his NCAA career with a pair of wins for the North Carolina State Wolfpack on night 1 of the All-North Carolina Invite.