St. Gregory’s University in Oklahoma will add three sports in the 2014-2015 academic year, making them only the 2nd varsity…
The East Carolina men and women’s swimming and diving programs inked seven high school student-athletes to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period.
Chris Webb will transfer from Virginia to Tennessee at the semester, though a decision has not yet been made on whether or not he will compete this season.
Coming off its third consecutive Big East Championship for the women, and an 11th place NCAA finish for the men, the University of Louisville Swimming and Diving Team announced its early signing period additions for the 2014-2015 season.
Stanford senior Maya Dirado leads the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cut times. She talks about the season so far, the impact of a healthy Felicia Lee and the difference between fall and winter training.
Tyler McGill’s official signed letter of retirement to USA Swimming.
The Western Kentucky University swimming and diving team is heading to different places for weekend competitions, as 20 swimmers will go to Knoxville, Tenn., for the AT&T Winter National Championships and the diving team travels to Oxford, Ohio, for the Miami (OH) Invite.
Stevens Institute of Technology welcomed their rivals The College of New Jersey to Hoboken for an epic-dual meet this past Saturday. The Lions and Ducks renewed their rivalry which has burned hotly since its inception in the 2010-11 season. Going into the meet, the Stevens men had already showcased a victory over DI Saint Peter’s College, and took top honors at the New York University Fall Invite. As one of only two home meets for the Ducks, the tightly contested Stevens-TCNJ meet is one to always get the blood up and pumping.
Trinity Lutheran College announced it will add men’s and women’s swimming teams to its athletic department
When Luke Reilly decided to attend the University of British Columbia it was because the school not only satisfied his present needs but also could address his future swimming goals.
Swim Pasadena’s Garrett Chin will head across the country to swim for Boston University.
Texas A&M University is renovating its rec center, meaning big upgrades for its current pools and the potential addition of another 8-lane pool in 2015.
Williams’ women proved too dominant a force for Union College at their meet on Saturday. The Ephs won handily, 206-86, taking their winning streak to two. Williams won every event, and were at least 1-2 in everything but the 100 butterfly.
The SMU men’s swimming & diving team is set to travel to Austin, Texas to compete in the Texas Invitational. This is first time since the 2008-09 season that the Mustangs will compete in this event.