Nicolas Fink (above) and Maddie Locus have been nominated for the SEC’s McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Florida’s men’s swimming and diving program inked a pair student-athletes to National Letters of…
Grady Heath with his parents, Mike Heath and Sherri Lee Heath, at his NLI signing to University of Florida.
Alabama’s Kristian Gkolomeev was named the Male Swimmer of the Year by the SEC on Wednesday. Gkolomeev, the NCAA 100 free champion, won the 50 and 100 sprints at SECs, and was instrumental in Alabama’s relays.
The vast, vast majority of swimming’s top-tier domestic recruits have already made their decisions in the fall “early” signing period,…
The H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship has been presented by the Southeastern Conference since 1986 to the league’s top male and female scholar-athletes.
Chris Davis, Janet Shanteau, Eric Shanteau, Jeri Shanteau and Bryan Krakoska Auburn Swimming Wall of Fame on Saturday, April 11, 2015 in Auburn, Ala.
Columbia, Missouri police have officially closed their investigation into the alleged 2010 rape of former Missouri swimmer Sasha Menu Courey after more than a year of digging.
Lia Neal And Simone Manuel Discuss The Historic 100 Freestyle Final at the NCAA Championships on MSNBC
Olympic Gold Medalist Lia Neal and American Record Holder Simone Manuel appeared on MSNBC today to discuss the 100 freestyle final at the NCAA Championships.
Georgia’s Chantal Van Lendeghem is planning on sitting out the next NCAA season to focus on Olympic training.
The aftershocks of the Bolles School dream team is still being felt on the college level.
2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 3 SEC Roundup: Gkolomeev Becomes First ‘Bama Swimmer To Win 100 Free Since 1975
Tons of history was made tonight in Iowa City at the 2015 Men’s Divison 1 NCAA Championships, and a little piece of it came in the 100 freestyle final as Kristian Gkolomeev became the first 100 free champion in the 100 free since 1975.
Tonight marks the first time in history that two swimmers went under 1:50 in the same 200 breaststroke race.
Ranford finished with a final time of 14:34.22, breaking Jeff Kostoff’s 31 year old record of 14:38.22 from 1984.
The NCAA record holder and American record holder are set to face off in the 200 butterfly.