Oct 18, 2013 The women of Colorado College stepped up their game when it counted to take home victory by…
Hanna House of the Carmel Swim Club is staying closer to home than her initial commitment and going to Notre Dame instead of Virginia.
The Harvard women have picked up an instant-impact IM’er for their class of 2014.
The Indiana men have added two more verbal commitments to their class of 2014.
Notre Dame has taken two class of 2014 swimmers from two different swim clubs on Long Island.
Two weeks after Glenday’s sophomore 2012 NCAA meet she was diagnosed with a sub-clavian blood clot. Glenday was out of the water for most of the summer and preseason. Under head coach Ed Brennan (featured image) and assistant coach Jimi Kiner, Glenday recovered and cameback with great success.
Bill Dorenkott gets another verbal commitment from an Ohio native to his 2014 recruiting class. (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
Cal had to wake up after an early charge from Florida today; Li lead a Cal comeback in their two day duel (Photo Credit: Janna Schulze)
The Kenyon Lords won six of eight relays to top the team standings at the annual Kenyon Relay Meet. The Ladies were runner up after winning four events.
Rachel Grooms (above) has only been swimming year round for three years, and is already a primary target for the Louisville Cardinals.
The Wheaton College women’s swimming and diving team opened up its 2013-14 season with an 187-53 dual meet victory over Brandeis University on Saturday afternoon at Balfour Natatorium.
UNLV has gotten a verbal commitment from one of the top breaststrokers in the class of 2014.
Morgan McClure (Pictured) and Emma Chard have both given their verbal commitments to the Broncos of Boise State.
“After an adventurous ride to Blacksburg, we had an up and down battle today with the Hokies,” said head coach Braden Holloway. “The ladies’ victory was a total team effort and it was great for them. For the guys, it was a rough day. Virginia Tech was ready for us and did a good job. The guys are going to have to be better in order to have success at this level.”