The top four performers in history could potentially showdown in 169 days in the women’s 100 fly at NCAAs in Knoxville. See their competitive history here.
The University of Virginia has released the entry lists for their annual Blue vs. Orange intrasquad meet, which is set to take place this Saturday at 9:00 AM.
Katie Christopherson became the first top-20 recruit in the girls’ class of 2024 to announce her college commitment on Thursday.
Homans told SwimSwam that he was planning to swim at USC for the 2022-23 season, graduate in spring 2023, and then explore his options for grad school.
The defending 2022 defending champions earned all six first-place votes for both the men’s and women’s teams.
Everyone finished the practice with Speed Wars, essentially a King or Queen of the Hill, broken up by stroke, in the 15-meter pool.
It is rare for Texas to recruit international swimmers and freshman Lyubavskiy, a Russian distance swimmer, is now the second one on the 2022-2023 team.
The Rider men and Niagara women are the defending conference champions, and the coaches’ are selecting them to repeat in 2023.
NOVA’s Harry Belcher, a Winter U.S. Open qualifier in the 200 and 400 IMs, has verbally committed to the in-state Cavaliers for 2024-25.
The competition, originally scheduled for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, was postponed due to the threat of Hurricane Ian.
Tyler Whitacre from Machine Aquatics has announced his verbal commitment to South Carolina for 2024-25.
Reese says they are further along in Rocktober than they have ever been (it’s not even October yet).
The Cal Bears already have two of the top ten recruits in the high school class of 2024, as #5 Lucca Battaglini announced his commitment.
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“Best of the Rest” IMer Jacob Wimberly from Texas Ford Aquatics will be an Aggie beginning in the 2024-25 school year.