University of Florida Diving Coach, Donnie Craine, was killed after a boat crash in Jug Creek off the coast of Bokeelia, FL.
Indian River stand-out Alec Scott will be transferring to the University of Alabama after a phenomenal sophomore season. At the…
Former Auburn swim coach Richard Quick will be inducted into the Tiger Trail, a prestigious collection of the University’s most outstanding coaches, athletes and administrators.
Ben Lawless signs his National Letter of Intent to swim for the Florida Gators.
Ally Donahue, left, graduated high school a year early and will enroll at the University of Florida.
When a report was first done by ESPN’s Outside the Lines in January about the failure to investigate claims of rape…
The Alabama Swimming and Diving team will celebrate its record-smashing 2014 season Wednesday, April 16 at 2 p.m. on the deck of the Don Gambril Olympic Pool at the Alabama Aquatic Center.
Alabama Swimming & Diving highlight video from the 2013 – 2014 season.
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The CSCAA released the official NCAA All-American lists for the 2013-2014 season this season. In order to be considered an…
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean has added an SEC Swimmer of the Year honor to her national swimmer of the year honor from the CSCAA.
With Harvey Humphries at the helm of the Georgia women’s team at NCAA’s, the Bulldogs repeated as NCAA Champions – but it felt very, very different from their 2014 title. (Featured Image Brittany MacLean)
Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle has been officially suspended indefinitely by the University after a joint investigation with UGA and the NCAA wrapped up, accusing Bauerle of “severe breach of contract.”
Stanford teammates Maya DiRado and Felicia Lee are among five honored as nominees for the Honda Sports Award from THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards.
The Georgia swimming & diving teams have swept the 2014 NCAA Division I Elite 89 Awards, with Ty Stewart taking the…
Video Interview with Florida Head Coach Gregg Troy after day 1 of the men’s NCAA Championships in Austin, TX.