Canadian swimmer Kiera Michailoff-Russell has verbally committed to swim for the University of Arkansas. That will make her the lone Canadian,…
Swimming mostly off-distances, the Arkansas Razorbacks kicked off their 2014-2015 campaign last weekend with their annual red-white meet, splitting the…
The Auburn Tigers will support program alum Eric Shanteau as he raises money this weekend.
Vacaville’s Paige Maynard has verbally committed to University of South Carolina for 2015-16.
Indiana swimming fans will get their first look at the defending NCAA Champion in the 200 backstroke, Brooklynn Snodgrass, on October 10th, live on the Big Ten Network.
ATHENS, Ga. — University of Georgia swimmer Nicolas Fink and equestrian rider Morgan Justiss have been named the recipients of…
Lexie Lupton, a C-Finalist in the 200 back at Junior Nationals, has verbally committed to Texas A&M.
Tommy Brewer of Current Swimming in Bend, Oregon has verbally committed to become an Auburn Tiger next fall, he told…
The Alabama men looked outstanding in their win over Delta State, especially the team’s sprint group, though the Statesmen got in a few punshes of their own.
Florida post-grad Elizabeth Beisel was named the varsity squad’s Swimmer of the Year for the 2013-2014 season.
It’s still very early in September, but believe it or not, college dual meet season is already upon us. Alabama and Delta State will kick off the year with what appears to be the first dual meet of the 2014-2015 season, happening tomorrow afternoon in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Clearwater, Florida’s Michelle Turek will join the Auburn Tigers beginning next fall.
Dennis Pursley will be without All-American Anton McKee to start the season at Alabama.
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Kristian Gkolomeev, right, will be on a mission to defend his NCAA title in the 50 freestyle as a sophomore this season.
“In this conference you can’t hide from the competition,” LSU swimming coach Dave Geyer said. “We have a lot of meets in the second half of the season to focus on the details and prepare us for SEC’s and NCAA’s.”