College Swimming Previews: Coming Off Excellent Year, #12 Alabama Looks to Establish Staying Power in 2014-2015
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.”
Texas A&M head coach Steve Bultman has had his contract extended through 2016, with two one-year extensions possible after that.
The most uncomfortable part of the college recruiting process is the “decline to sign”. For the swimmer, you have to try…
2014 U.S. Nationals finalist Bethany Galat received an impressive honor from her home town on Monday.
Brittany Maclean and the Georgia Bulldogs will go for a third-straight NCAA title, setting up with a Halloween dual with Florida and a January clash with Texas.
Both Texas A&M teams lost a lot to graduation, but both return a solid nucleus around which to build for the future.
Just because Texas A&M and Texas are no longer in the same conference doesn’t mean that they can’t revive the rivalry for a good cause.
Danielle Valley, out of the Sarasota YMCA distance program, will bring All-America caliber times to wherever she transfers.
Texas A&M’s Steve Bultman has pulled a rabbit out of his hat in the class of 2014.
The Auburn Tigers have released their 2014-2015 schedule, headlined by home duals against national powers Florida and Texas.
The defending SEC Champions from Florida will travel to Auburn for an SEC preview in late January.
The viewing deck overhang at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Georgia is getting awfully crowded.
Would the toughened standards have kept Cal from winning the men’s NCAA title? Probably not. They would, however, have significantly impacted the NCAA fate of several other teams.