Lizzy Lyon, Rhiannon Sheets & John Klinge preview Purdue Women’s Swimming & Diving’s home dual meet with Notre Dame.
There ain’t no party like a Ransford party. PJ’s mom celebrated his decision with the above candy concoction.
Stanford Head Coach Tedd Knapp and Assistant Scott Armstrong talk about a Wednesday afternoon on the Farm.
Boffa (featured image), a native of Verona, Italy, earned two individual victories in the 100 (44.03) and 200 (1:37.47) freestyle events against Florida State and Georgia Tech to capture ACC Male Swimmer of the Week honors.
Mustangs Head to Rice On Friday; Houston On Saturday.
Dustin Tynes from Tennessee will head north up to Columbus next year to swim for the Buckeyes. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning)
The 2013 NCAA platform diving champion and 2013 ACC Men’s Diver of the Year, McCrory demolished the previous pool records on both springboards Saturday against the Seahawks. He posted NCAA Zone Diving Championship qualifying marks of 445.27 on the 1-meter board and 468.37 at the 3-meter height to sweep both events.
Purdue gains their most recent verbal commitment from in-state breaststroker, Chirs Bals.
With two top backstroke swims last weekend, Courtney Bartholomew of Virginia deserves HardCoreSwim of the Week honors.
Peter Conzola has verbally committed to Virginia Tech.
The IUPUI Men and Women defeated UIC and Eastern Illinois in a Mid-Major tri-dual over the weekend. This was the fastest meet ever held at Eastern Illinois’ Ray Padovan Pool, where 17 swims were under pool record times.
Olivia Katcher has verbally committed to swim for Brown next year, giving them a second middle-distance threat.
Rebecca Millard (right) with her high school coach Mary McLaughlin has verbally committed to Texas.
“We still have a lot of work to do, but we are learning and improving each week,” Towson Head Diving Coach Maureen Mead said.
The men of West Virginia won every event in their win of their home invitational this past weekend. (Photo Credit: West Virginia Athletics)