Flower Mound High School and Lakeside Aquatic Club’s Jerik Wong will swim for the Texas A&M Aggies next fall. Wong, a…
Shauna Lee, a top-flight freestyler from Great Britain, has committed to swim for the Georgia Bulldogs. Lee is currently training…
Brianna Leverenz, who is recovering from spinal surgery, has committed to the Tennessee Volunteers.
SwimSwam has covered 800-and-counting commit stories, which when taken together tell a story about the high school class of 2015 and where we will find them next year.
20 women’s teams and 13 men’s teams earned perfect scores of 1000 for the 2013-2014 season, including women’s NCAA runners-up Georgia.
Auburn swimming and diving has added seven newcomers for the upcoming 2015-16 season, head coach Brett Hawke announced on Tuesday.
Distance freestyler Logan Samuelson will transfer to the University of Iowa after one season at Auburn, he tells SwimSwam on Thursday….
Madison Eaker of Texas and Johanna Goldblatt of Georgia have both signed NLIs to swim for Vanderbilt in the fall.
Missy Franklin, with a 3.58 GPA in Psychology, has been named to the 2015 CoSIDA At-Large Academic All-District Team.
The 2015 women’s 1650 yard freestyle NCAA Champion Leah Smith (above) will sit out of its closest equivalent, the 1500 meter free, on Thursday at the Pro Swim Series – Charlotte meet.
At the University of Missouri Instrasquad meet, four members of the Mizzou roster put up Olympic Trial cuts to secure their spot at next year’s July meet and throw down some extremely fast mid-season times.
Western Kentucky butterflyer Hannah Musser will be transferring to the Alabama Crimson Tide, according to a source close to the team.
After the suspension of the Western Kentucky swimming & diving program, Haley Black will be making the leap to Auburn, according to a source close to the program.
Georgia Bulldog and USA National Teamer Chase Kalisz will be redshirting the upcoming 2015-16 collegiate swimming season to focus full…
Texas A&M All-America swimmer Emily Neubert added to her impressive list of collegiate accomplishments as one of 29 female student-athletes nationally to earn a 2014-15 winter sports NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.