Three meet records fell at the Kansas Classic, two of them to the home team and one to the University of Nebraska.
During the early fall signing period, Eastern Illinois head swimming coach Elliott McGill recently inked seven prep standouts for next…
Cheyenne Coffman shattered 3 pool and meet records while San Diego State and Hawaii took team titles at the Arena Invite
Connor Hoppe (above) is one of 10 men to have signed National Letters of Intent to swim for Dave Durden and Cal in the early signing period.
Third-year head swimming coach Ed Pretre has announced the signing of five high school seniors to join the Truman State University women’s team for the 2014-2015 season.
Colorado State University’s signing class includes High School All-American and 3 Colorado athletes
The Missouri State Bears welcome four men and four women for 2014-15.
IUPUI’s Cody Watts and South Dakota’s Greysen Hertting were named the Men’s and Women’s Divers of the Week for their performances Nov. 19-25. MEN’S…
Virginia sophomore swimmer Courtney Bartholomew has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Female Swimmer of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday (Nov….
Emory University senior Sarah Greene won a pair of events at the Emory Diving Invitational, including a program-record setting performance in the one-meter dive at the Woodruff Physical Education Center on Saturday afternoon.
Senior Nick McCrory garnered ACC Male Diver of the Week accolades for the third time this season Tuesday, Nov. 26…
A large class of Nova Aquatics seniors signed with college teams this fall – from left to right: Zack Browne, Rachel Yontz, Ashton Pollard, Jessie Gvozdas, Justin Edwards, Brett Barden, Bailey Hall, Andy Branin, GJ Apostle, Lexie Stavac (not pictured, Chandler Shirer).
Completing his work during the early signing period for swimming, second-year head coach Peter Richardson has announced the additions of 10 new swimmers to the Tigers ranks for the 2014-15 season.
A native Michigander, Elliott Schinella wills tay close to home and swim for the Wolverines.
This is only the second meet of MIT’s season, yet the men are off to a tremendous start. On Saturday at Bowdoin College, the MIT men defeated their hosts (215-82) as well as conference foe, Babson College (240-57). Over the course of the meet, MIT took first in 13 of the 17 events. To display depth as well as front end speed, the Engineers went 1-2-3 in eight events, and taking first through fourth in three of those.