Texas’ Clay Youngquist was an impressive in the 200 free as Texas swept Auburn on Thursday.
The Texas A&M men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will open the 2014 portions of their schedules when the Aggies host Southeastern Conference rival Georgia in a 12 noon dual meet at the Student Recreation Center on Friday.
Strong diving performances at the Georgia Invite start the new year off right, including those from Georgia’s Laura Ryan (above).
Hilda Luthersdottir continued over the weekend to be the Gators’ sparkplug in the breaststrokes, and for that she earned SEC Swimmer of the Week.
Florida’s Carlos Omana was named the first SEC Male Swimmer of the Week for 2014.
Coach Troy said his team is coming out of its toughest training block of the season and is focused on getting healthy before championship meets.
FSU alum and Kamehameha Coach Kevin Flanagan poses with his state championship team, Auburn-clad thanks to his brother and co-head coach John.
Elizabeth Beisel had a huge performance in back-to-back events to turn the tide for the University of Florida.
A pair of wins from Georgia’s Nic Fink helped take Georgia to the 500th and 501st wins of Jack Bauerle’s career.
Jack Bauerle won’t be present on deck for what could be his 500th win today in Athens.
Egyptian National Marwan El Kamash (above) will be joined at the University of South Carolina next season.
Nick Alexiou, right, was an All-ACC and Honorable Mention All-American performer for Virginia last year as a freshman, has decided to transfer to Florida.
Georgia won the Harlem Shake voting contest back in February, and now they win a Swammy for their detail-oriented viral video.
Matt Kredich’s Tennessee Volunteers took huge leaps forward in 2013, moving from underdogs to legitimate powerhouse.