Kyle Bogner comes to Missouri after spending the last 4 seasons at Wyoming, where he qualified 3 divers to the NCAA Championships on 5 occasions.
South Carolina Head Coach McGee Moody has announced Marissa DelGado will be joining the staff as the operations coordinator for the 2019-20 season.
#1 overall recruit Brendan Burns is a much-needed pickup for Indiana after a wave of graduations. We continue to count down the NCAA’s top freshman classes.
Canadian backstroke and IM specialist Javier Acevedo announced that he won’t be competing for Georgia this year, instead redshirting in run-up to Tokyo.
In addition to the defending NCAA Champions Stanford, they’ll also race Auburn, Texas A&M, NC State, and Kentucky, among others, in the 2019-2020 season.
Liam Bell is the best 100 breaststroker in this recruiting class, and he highlights one of the top 10 classes nationwide.
Rafael Ponce de León, a Peruvian native who attends The Bolles School, has verbally committed to swim for the University of Tennessee in the fall of 2020.
The 2019 University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame class announced includes eight Gator Greats and one Honorary Letterwinner, swimming coach Gregg Troy.
Texas A&M swimmer Ethan Gogulski has completed his chemotherapy treatments ahead of the 2019-2020 collegiate swimming season.
South Carolina’s schedule, which begins the season at home vs. Tennessee on Oct. 11, features seven dual-meets and two invitational meets.
University of Florida women’s swimming and diving head coach Jeff Poppell has announced the addition of junior diver Ashley McCool.
Tennessee Athletics announced its 2019-20 swimming and diving slate, with six home events and regular-season meetings against the nation’s top programs.
Shaine Casas had the swim of his life tonight, winning the 100 backstroke in 52.72, becoming the 7th-fastest American all-time in the race
Aly Breslin, a native of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, has committed to swim for Tennessee beginning in the fall of 2020.
Asia Seidt topped the field by nearly 2 seconds, touching in 2:08.90 for the win. Seidt is currently ranked 5th among Americans in 2019