Bobby Finke (above) won the 800 and 1500 free at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. He and Kieran Smith both picked up wins for Florida on Saturday.
TBAC’s Andrew Taylor, the top miler in the class of 2023, has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Florida.
Molly Blanchard, a 2:01/4:16 IMer from Poseidon Swimming in Virginia, will take her talents to Rocky Top in the fall of 2023.
While bringing in 16 newcomers, the Georgia women will have to rely on a small group of key upperclassmen to take over the majority of NCAA scoring.
Michael Houlie and the Tennessee Volunteers beat University of North Carolina, Wilmington in their first dual meet of the 2021-22 season on Friday.
Mellor, who was retained by new LSU head coach Rick Bishop, says he made the decision to prioritize “my integrity and personal mental health.”
Curry scorched a time of 19.61 in the 50 free, which is his fastest outside of a championship or mid-season invitational meet.
Florida’s Bobby Finke enters the NCAA season fresh off of winning two gold medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer.
Free/fly/back sprinter Gaby Van Brunt from Georgia Coastal Aquatic Team has given new head coach Margo Geer her first women’s team verbal for 2023.
After coming in 10th last year, Tennessee has managed to keep a handful of swimmers as 5th years, pick up 3 key transfers, and bring in a giant freshmen class
Summer Juniors qualifier Cassie Howell is the third public verbal commitment to the University of Kentucky class of 2027.
Senior Koko Bratanov will be heavily relied upon this season by the Aggies after the abrupt departure of Shaine Casas one month ago.
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Tucson, Arizona freestyler Paige Housman has verbally committed to the SEC-champion University of Kentucky’s class of 2027.
Alabama won the men’s and women’s meets against Delta State. Rhyan White, after a silver medal and fourth-place finishes in Tokyo, won the 200 backstroke.