Duke Head Coach Dan Colella: “I hired Dawn when I first arrived here at Duke University in 2005 and she has been an incredible asset to the program.”
Seven swimmers competing in eight different countries earned numerous medals and had record-setting performances to make 2014 a successful summer for the Mustang women’s swimming and diving program.
Rhode Island has hired Amy Miksis (above) as their new diving coach – she was a former NCAA Division I Zone qualifying diver at nearby Brown.
Four-time Olympic medalist Cullen Jones is the headliner for the 2014 Fighting Irish Swim Clinic that will be held on September 20th…
Heidi Katter (right) has made her verbal commitment to swim for the Yale Bulldogs beginning in the fall of 2015, pending completion of the admissions process.
Editor’s Note: Florida State’s old diving coach, Patrick Jeffrey, left the program this summer to take over as the head…
Coach Dan Colella; “With the addition of Pittsburgh, Notre Dame and Louisville to the conference, we are excited to be able to start adding some new programs to our schedule.”
Clarion graduate Morgan Oberlander has been hired as the swimming and diving staff graduate assistant at La Salle, Matt Nunnally announced today.
Responsible for assisting the Men’s and Women’s Swimming Team in all coaching duties during practices and competitions; assisting in recruiting and aiding in event/meet set-up and management.
Sarah Sjoestroem will compete in her signature Olympic event, the 100 butterfly on Thursday.
The most uncomfortable part of the college recruiting process is the “decline to sign”. For the swimmer, you have to try…
University of West Florida women’s swimming and diving head coach Andrew Hancock has announced the team’s 2014-15 schedule. The Argonauts,…
2014 U.S. Nationals finalist Bethany Galat received an impressive honor from her home town on Monday.
Brittany Maclean and the Georgia Bulldogs will go for a third-straight NCAA title, setting up with a Halloween dual with Florida and a January clash with Texas.
Olympic silver medalist Maritza Correia is one of five swimmers being inducted to the Georgia Aquatics Hall of Fame next week.