Former Notre Dame women’s head coach Brian Barnes will be joining the Purdue men as an assistant coach for the upcoming season.
Norwegian national teamer Tomoe Zenimoto Hvas, the top recruit for UNC this season, won’t join the NCAA until after the 2020 Olympics, the program says.
Christensen takes the job after Patrick Rowan first accepted, then changed his mind, about it 9 days ago.
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When all is accounted for, it seems the Golden Gophers are poised to be even better than last season, at least point-wise, and having finished 15th at the NCAAs last season, they could very realistically crack the top 10 this time around.
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“Making sure the regular season schedule prepares our team for the postseason, and teaching them a lot of lessons along the way,” is the reasoning behind the University of Miami’s tough 2018-19 slate according to head coach Andy Kershaw.
LSU Swimming and Diving co-head coaches Dave Geyer and Doug Shaffer announced Thursday the return of Baton Rouge native Lyle Robelot to the coaching staff.
Katherine Scott from Lincroft, New Jersey is transferring back to her home state to attend Rutgers University in the fall.
Cal’s class is very small, but it does feature the #1 swimmer in the class: one Reece Whitley.
Brandeis University has announced that Nicole Carter has been named as the University’s head coach of men’s and women’s swimming and diving.
In its first full season at the Robson & Lindley Aquatics Center and Barr-McMillion Natatorium, SMU is slated to host four events.
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Readfield, Maine’s Mary Erb, the 2017 NCAA D3 champ in the 200 breast, has announced her transfer from Connecticut College to Northwestern University.
Andrew Matejka from Wellesley, Massachusetts has announced via social media that he is verbally committed to Stanford University’s class of 2023.