Carson Foster: “My time’s gonna come and I’m ready for it when it does”

Carson Foster touched second in Andrew’s heat in a time of 1:57.77, just off his 2019 best of 1:57.59, to qualify fourth for the final.


Rozanne Voorvelt Joins Cal Women’s Water Polo

Voorvelt helped the Dutch win the gold medal at the 2018 European Championships and the silver at the 2018 World League Super Final.

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Ella Nelson: “Kinda been waiting all week for this race”

Ella Nelson put up a best time in the semi-final of the women’s 200 breast, registering a 2:24.80 to finish 4th overall and qualify for the final tonight


U.S. Coast Guard Academy Adds Lucy Smutny to Class of 2025

SOFLO’s Lucy Smutny will head to New London, CT with times that would score at NEWMACs in the A finals of four events.


Fink: “I Would Rather Slip On the Blocks Than Get Out Touched Like That”

Bobby Finke and Nic Fink talked with the press after winning the 800 free and the 200 breast on night 5 of the 2021 Olympic Trials.


Maryland HS State Champ Angelo Javier Navaleza (2021) Commits to UMBC

RMSC breaststroker Angelo Javier Navaleza will remain in-state to swim for UMBC beginning in the fall of 2021.

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Lakeside Aquatic Butterflyer Sophia Buhr Commits to Colorado School of Mines

LAC’s Sophia Buhr will begin at Mines with times that would have scored at the 2021 conference meet in the A finals of the 100 fly, 200 fly and 400 IM.


Manuel: “I Did Everything I Possibly Could’ve Done”

Defending Olympic gold medalist gave an emotional press conference in which she explained how a diagnosis of overtraining syndrome impacted her training.


Michigan Athletics’ COVID-19 Revenue Losses Projected to Be Mitigated in FY ’22

The University of Michigan athletic department projects a surplus of $1.4 million for the coming fiscal year that begins July 1.

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Two-Time Olympian Natasha Chikina Joins Rutgers Staff as Diving Coach

Chikina will be replacing longtime Rutgers diving coach Fred Woodruff, who recently announced his retirement after 28 years with the Scarlet Knights.

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Lianne McCluskey Hired as Dartmouth Swimming & Diving Assistant Coach

McCluskey spent the 2020-21 season as the assistant swim coach and aquatics director at Brandeis University.

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Walsh: “That was probably the most painful 50 I’ve ever swam in my entire life”

Despite her stroke tying up at the end, Walsh held on for the win, touching in 2:09.30 to qualify for her first Olympic team


Harting: “There’s Just An Overwhelming Sense of Gratitude”

Alex Walsh and Zach Harting spoke to the press after after punching their tickets to Tokyo by winning the women’s 200 IM and men’s 200 fly last night.


Alex Walsh on 200 IM: ‘You just kinda gotta go for it on the first lap”

It was all about the NCAA champion University of Virginia in the women’s 200 IM, as Cavalier teammates Alex Walsh and Kate Douglass went 1-2


Texas Longhorns’ 4×100 Free Streak Likely At An End, 4×200 Streak Lives On

The Longhorn men have put someone on each US Olympic free relay since 1988, and while that streak is probably done for the 4×100, the 4×200 legacy endures.