The NCAA continues to push ahead big recruiting changes, but swimming has been exempted from one key proposal.
The Mountain West Conference has announced Boise State’s Felicity Cann and Ciera Cortney as its first swimmer and diver of the week. This is both Cann and Cortney’s first weekly accolade.
The Golden Gophers have received a verbal commitment from sprint freestyle specialist McKenna Lynch from Central Iowa Aquatics.
Davo Salo has himself another male commitment tonight, from freestyler Ian Silverman from NBAC.
Zara Bailey, right, will swim for the Buckeyes at The Ohio State University next fall. (Photo Credit: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Europe)
Caitlin Cooper from Dynamo Swim Club will immediately add to the Cavaliers sprint group next season with her verbal commitment.
Tennessee’s 2013 Women’s NCAA Champions in the 200 Freestyle Relay – Caroline Simmons, Faith Johnson, Lindsay Gendron, Kelsey Floyd – stand out amongst the field in speed but also in technique.
Former Texas A&M All-America swimmer Jason Bergstrom has returned to campus to serve as a volunteer assistant coach for the Aggie men’s swimming and diving squad, head coach Jay Holmes announced on Wednesday.
North Carolina, in two years, has turned the breaststroke from a program weakness to a program strength.
The Georgia men’s team will have a new facet in the 2014-2015 season: an elite diving recruit.
The Air Force Falcons have been cleared for takeoff.
The Duke Blue Devils have picked up a duo of quality recruits from out-of-state.
The Florida State Seminoles have scored the one of Top Recruits out of the State of Georgia.
Yale has fired back at Harvard with a top-level breaststroker of their own in the class of 2014.