Kylie Stewart of the Dynamo Swim Club has made her verbal commitment to Georgia
Auburn recruiting has suddenly joined the ranks of swim programs that have gotten very hot in recruiting in the final week of September.
After a record 3rd-place finish at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, the Tennessee women have joined the party on recruiting the class of 2014.
Florida coach Gregg Troy talks to the media after the team’s season-opening All-Florida Invite win.
The South Carolina Gamecocks have signed a strong recruit from Idaho for the class of 2014.
Florida has gotten a verbal commitment from a Florida 1A sprinter – a group they’ve nailed in recruiting for the last year.
Both Gator programs walk away from the Pinch A Penny All Florida Invitational with victories.
The Auburn women have picked up a badly-needed breaststroke recruit for the class of 2014.
Florida’s international swimmers did a lot of damage on day 2 of the All-Florida Invitational.
Elizabeth Beisel started off her senior season with a bang, winning both the 200 IM and the 500 free at the All-Florida Invitational
The Tennessee women were back in action on Friday night for the first time since their program-best 3rd place finish at NCAA’s last year.
The Auburn Tigers cruised to a solid victory against the Vanderbilt Commodores.
In both teams season opener, the Tennessee Volunteers defeated the UNCW Seahawks at Seahawk Natatorium.
The first real outside-the-beaten-path commitment for the class of 2014 came this week, when SwimMAC Carolina’s Heather Merritt verbally committed…
Johns Hopkins senior Katie Rownd finished 33rd overall with a time of 2:17.10 at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in London…