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Texas A&M’s Steve Bultman has pulled a rabbit out of his hat in the class of 2014.
The Auburn Tigers have released their 2014-2015 schedule, headlined by home duals against national powers Florida and Texas.
Georgetown University swimming & diving Head Coach James Holder has announced his 24 student-athlete recruiting class that will begin competition this fall. The class is the second largest to be recruited during Holder’s tenure as head coach at Georgetown.
ASHINGTON – Georgetown University swimming & diving Head Coach James Holder has announced his 24 student-athlete recruiting class that will…
Head women’s swimming coach Steve Collins has announced the addition of six student-athletes for the 2014-15 season. Five swimmers and one diver highlight the incoming class.
The defending SEC Champions from Florida will travel to Auburn for an SEC preview in late January.
Colorado Mesa University head swimming and diving coach Ron Allen has announced that 11 women and nine men will join the Mavericks for the 2014-15 season.
Josh Schneider has been hired as a new assistant at his alma mater, Cincinnati.
Swimming coach will assist in all phases of running a successful NCAA I swimming program.
Bridgeport, Conn.– University of Bridgeport Interim Director of Athletics Anthony Vitti announced today that Sean Raffile has joined the Department of Athletics staff…
Ashland University has named Samantha Palma as an assistant swimming and diving coach. Palma joins first-year head coach Derick Roe…
Former SMU coach and team captain George McMillion is being inducted into the Southwest Conference Hall of Fame.
McClellan has been wearing A3 Performance throughout her success as a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panther, and is now partnering with A3 as she sets her sights on this summer’s U.S. Nationals and beyond.
Former Stanford men’s head coach Skip Kenney will be inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame in October.