Two key Minnesota divers will sit out the coming NCAA season to prepare for the 2020 Olympic year: NCAA champ Sarah Bacon and scorer Kristen Hayden.
Ohio State’s men’s team had an excellent season last year, taking 3rd at the Big Ten Championships, and finishing 9th at NCAAs.
Charlotte Krevitt of Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics has verbally committed to swim for the University of Pennsylvania for the 2020-2021 season.
Sean Grieshop (above) is the top returning swimmer in 2 NCAA events in the 2019-2020 season: the 500 free and the 400 IM.
2018 Speedo Winter Juniors finalist Jenna Watson has verbally committed to swim at Southern Methodist University as a member of the class of 2024.
Madison Broad from Wallaceburg, Ontario has switched her commitment from Toledo to Utah, following the move of Jonas Persson to the Utes.
Minnesota has extreme highs, including elite distance, breaststroke, & diving, but also some major holes. A young roster will look for a program-best finish.
NCAA finalist Mackenzie Padington will be sitting out this college season for Minnesota, instead training for a potential Olympic bid for Canada.
Fresno State Swimming & Diving head coach Jeanne Fleck announced that assistant swimming coach Anthony Randall has been promoted associate head coach.
Elise Blaschke has been named head women’s coach at Rowan, after serving as assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s programs for the past six years.
Concordia St. Paul’s new women’s swimming program, which launches next season, has picked up a veteran NCAA coach for its inaugural season.
Despite a coaching change for Alabama, the Crimson Tide will still open up the fall NCAA dual meet schedule with their annual tilt with Delta State on Friday.
The Waves launch the season at the PCSC relays in La Mirada, Calif. on Oct. 4, followed by a home meet on Oct. 10 and the Malibu Invite on Oct. 11-12.
The 13 newest T-Birds have already joined their returning teammates in the pool in preparation for their first official competition in late October.
Phoenix Swim Club’s Mateja Milovanovic has announced he will remain in state and swim for the Arizona Wildcats in 2020-21.