Celina Li took her first big title as a Cal Golden Bear: Queen of the Pool.
Freshman and top recruit Ryan Murphy bettered IM’ers Josh Prenot and Marcin Tarczynski to win the “King of the Pool” title in today’s swimming pentathlon.
Dave Durden’s Cal men, and Teri McKeever’s Cal women, can be caught on tv 7 times in 2014.
An impressive eight 2013 All-Americans will be back in action along with two other swimmers who received Honorable Mention All-American honors. With such small losses and the return of so many large contributors, I do not see why Florida can’t be in the top three at the end of they year. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures)
Texas A&M’s Triin Aljand will travel to Ankara, Turkey with her partner Peter Mankoc to take up coaching.
This Swim Across America event was extremely successful for the Brown University, raising money with the largest attendance of university athletes in one event.
The NCAA A cuts suddenly got super fast; what’s up with that and what does it mean for Division III nationals this year?
Jordynn Brown, who just graduated from Missouri State last spring, died Wednesday morning in a single-car accident.
Villanova has brought on Frank Keefe, formerly the head coach at Yale and the Omni Swim Club, as a volunteer assistant.
Tennessee head coach, Matt Kredich joins Garrett McCaffrey for the first of the fall Coach’s Logs. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
Penn State headed out west to hire its third new assistant coach for the 2013-2014 season.
The Seton Hall Pirates embark on new ground in the new Big East Conference with a new assistant coach.
The Trojans hope to return on the team podium, as pictured 3rd here in 2012, after falling down to 7th in 2013.
Jason Glorius is Virginia’s new diving coach.
The defending NCAA Champions from the University of Michigan have added another IM’er to replace outgoing seniors Kyle Whitaker and John Wojciechowski in 2014.