Ryan Murphy led off Cal’s 400 medley relay with the first sub-45 100 backstroke time of the season.
Leah Smith led a blazing fast session this morning as the 2015 Georgia Fall Invitational got underway.
The Georgia swimming and diving teams will return to action this weekend as they host the UGA Fall Invitational at Gabrielsen Natatorium. There is no cost for admission.
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The Louisville men and the Texas A&M women appear to have the highest number of potential NCAA qualifiers at this point in the season.
Three swimmers and two divers have inked National Letters of Intent to join Arkansas women’s swimming and diving in the 2016-17 season.
The University of Florida swimming and diving program rounded out the 2016 signing class with the addition of 14 newcomers, UF Head Coach Gregg Troy Announced on Tuesday.
Dressel had a remarkable weekend at the Buckeye Invitational, swimming to seven NCAA ‘A’ cuts, three US Olympic Trial-qualifying times, and eight wins. In addition, Dressel rewrote the UF record books with a new school record in the 100 breaststroke.
The LSU women have picked up a commitment from Nicole Rozier from the Coeur d’Alene Swim Team. Rozier is a state record holder hailing from Idaho, and will add versatility to the team with talent across multiple strokes.
To be able to continue to compete in this sport at an elite level, while getting your college education, is truly something to be grateful for.
Michael Chadwick and the Missouri Tigers jumped into the top 10 after an electric performance last week at the Tennessee Invitational
Gregg Troy will add another Dressel to the roster next year; Sherridon will join older brother Caeleb as a Gator for the 2016-17 season.
Eagle Swim Team’s Amanda Chabbott, Shannon Hochkeppe, Ben Skopic, and Isabelle McElrath have all committed to swim for D1 programs next year.
According to CSCAA pollsters, the Texas Longhorns remain the favorites to repeat as the NCAA Division I men’s champions.