While the rest of campus goes home for Winter break to enjoy their families, their various holidays, and some downtime,…
It’s a light weekend of competition for the SEC, but the Aggies, led by Sarah Henry (above), and the Crimson Tide will be racing long course in Austin.
Representatives and student-athletes from schools in the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC will meet this weekend to discuss and vote on proposals that could change the landscape of college athletics.
Defending CSCAA Division I Women’s Swimmer of the Year Brittany MacLean has led the defending NCAA Champion Georgia Bulldogs into a deadlock for first in the latest dual meet polls.
Texas A&M head women’s swimming coach and two-time U.S. Olympic coach Steve Bultman was named to the 2015 class of the American Swimming Coaches Association Coaches Hall of Fame, the organization announced.
Georgia’s Male Swimmer of the Week Nic Fink was the lone non-Aggie to be honored, while A&M’s Sarah Henry is his counterpart as Female Swimmer of the Week.
Kaitlin Pawlowicz became just the second swimmer this season to beat Georgia’s MacLean-McDermott duo in a 1000 or 1650 freestyle.
The Virginia Tech men got 9 individual wins from its senior class, and filled 7 of 8 winning relay spots with seniors, including double-individual winner Morgan Latimer (pictured).
Arkansas defeated Vanderbilt 152-103 on Saturday in an SEC matchup in Nashville.
The Tennessee Volunteers cruised to road SEC victories over LSU Saturday, with the Tennessee men coming down with a clean sweep of all 16 events.
The Georgia women scored Jack Bauerle a victory in his first meet back from his NCAA Suspension.
The University of Kentucky women achieved their first SEC win of 2015 over the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville today
Olympic Trials finalist and former Florida Gator Danielle Valley has transferred to Wisconsin and will compete Friday against USC, the Wisconsin Swim & Diving program told SwimSwam today.
Kristian Gkolomeev and the Crimson Tide men downed the Texas A&M men Friday, thanks in part to Gkolomeev and Connor Oslin’s five combined individual victories.
Georgia’s swimming and diving teams entertain Texas on Saturday at 11 a.m. with an abundance of storylines.