Gould will join the Falcons fresh off a WAC team championship, including individual championships in the 400 yard IM and 1,650-yard freestyle.
The 2020 Olympic Games are now the 2021 Olympic Games, but many questions remain about how the calendar of the next two years will be structured.
In a letter titled “A Voice for Senior Athletes,” the duo asked NCAA president Mark Emmert to consider giving an additional year of eligibility to seniors.
In Olympic anticipation, the 2020 NCAA season was loaded with top talent taking gap years. But Olympic postponement will throw a wrench into those plans.
USC head coach Dave Salo is leaving the program with a major award as the 2020 Pac-12 Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year.
For Sanchez, the biggest heartbreak was not being able to see her teammates compete one final time at the NCAA Championships.
Ethan Russell Smith, a potential NCAA A-finalist in both the 100 fly and 200 fly for the Big Red, has announced his commitment to Denison’s class of 2024.
Reardon has a career-best time in the 200-yard freestyle that would have been invited to the 2019 DIII National Championship meet.
Zhang, native of Canberra, Australia, will be graduating with a degree in accounting in May 2020 and currently holds an accumulative GPA of 3.727.
Breaststroker and IMer Alex Lynch has made a commitment to swim at the University of Denver next year.
Junior Worlds bronze medalist, Canadian Avery Wiseman, has verbally committed to the University of Alabama for 2020-21.
A3 Performance CEO Dan Meinholz addresses swimmers with a heartfelt message to approach the COVID-19 season-ending shutdown as an opportunity for growth…
Like most of the finalists, Abbey Weitzeil wasn’t able to complete her senior collegiate season. She still did enough to earn a top 10 nomination.
The UConn Huskies finished with a 6-2-1 dual meet record and took 4th (men) and 6th (women) at the 2020 American Athletic Conference championships.
The NC State women, in particular, were shooting to get a trophy (place top 4 in the team battle), something that had never been done in NC State history