The Cornell men won several close races and swept diving, ultimately defeating Yale by a mere two points.
Division III Aracadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania escaped the Philadelphia winter break from December 31st through January 7th for a…
AMES, Iowa – The Iowa State Cyclones (6-3, 1-0 Big 12) soundly defeated the Illinois State Redbirds (5-3, 1-1 MVC) 191-100 on Friday night. The Cyclones won 15-of-16 events in the win, the most events wins in a meet since 2016.
Hudson Explorers Aquatics’ Paige McCormick has verbally committed to Louisville for 2020-2021.
Arizona State President Michael Crow opened up to AZ Central about the school’s decision to retain Bob Bowman.
Georgia Tech was down 4 points going into the 400 free relay, but took the event and swung it in their favor.
Last high school season, as a sophomore with Sacred Heart Academy in Louisville, Donan won the 2018 KHSAA title in the 200 IM.
Kevin Houseman of Bainbridge Island Swim Club and Bainbridge High School will be part of Northwestern University’s incoming class of…
Louisville’s women have been on a recruiting tear, and the latest addition is Dynamo Swim Club’s Adeline Farrington. She’ll join #12 Tristen Ulett, #13 Gabi…
The men and women of Columbia University narrowly defeated their Ivy League foes from Brown University Friday evening at a dual meet held at the Percy Uris Natatorium at Columbia University in New York.
The ECU swimming and diving teams wrapped up their dual meet schedule Saturday afternoon with a sweep of the UMBC Retrievers at Minges Natatorium. The Pirate men posted a 194-106 win, while the women earned a 157-143 victory.
Behind 11 event victories, the Army West Point women’s swimming and diving team captured dual victories over American, George Mason and Old Dominion on Saturday afternoon at the Jim McKay Natatorium. The Black Knight men also swept the competition.
Behind victories in 11 out of 16 events and 29 finishes in the top three on the day, UNM defeated rival NMSU 176.5-123.5 on Saturday to extend its win streak in the rivalry to seven.
The Ohio swimming and diving team (4-2, 1-2 MAC) secured another two wins for the season, defeating Duquesne 137-124 and Xavier 169-90 Saturday afternoon (Jan. 19) at Towers Pool.