After 2 years at Miami of Ohio, Brazil’s Kayky Marquart Mota has announced he plans to transfer to the University of Tennessee next semester.
Two Florida women won’t be competing this NCAA season: Mabel Zavaros will be taking an Olympic redshirt and Layla Black has returned to Great Britain.
The LSU Swimming and Diving team will welcome Tulane to the LSU Natatorium on Saturday, September 28 and will begin at 11:00 a.m. CT.
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The Tennessee swimming and diving program opens the 2019-20 season Friday with its annual dual meet at UNC Wilmington’s Seahawk Natatorium.
Summer Juniors qualifier Anna Ervin has verbally committed to the University of Arkansas for 2020-21.
The NCAA will not allow swimmers to wear any technology that transmits information to an athlete in real-time, only devices for “data collection.”
Australian national junior teamer Abbey Webb will start competing for Auburn this coming season, rather than in 2020 as originally believed.
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Parker, a high school senior, was the fifth-fastest American woman in the long course 50 free last season.
Another piece of the NCAA mid-season invite puzzle is falling into place, with Florida, Alabama and Florida State expected to attend the Georgia Tech Invite.
Dannhauser was Auburn’s top distance swimmer last year, and he’s not far off of NCAA scoring speed in the distance events right now.
Micayla Cronk of Blue Dolfins in Oviedo, Florida has elected to remain in-state for her collegiate swimming career. She’ll be a Gator in 2021-22.
Olivia Harper of Maine’s Long Reach Swim Club has announced her intention to swim for the University of Tennessee in 2020-21.