Faith Johnson leads a retooled sprint crew while Molly Hannis continues to rise in the national breaststroke rankings for Tennessee.
Press release: Let the 42nd season of Florida women’s swimming and diving begin!
Stina Colleou and the Utah Utes will host the #2 Stanford Cardinals on Friday.
Check out this teaser video for the Florida women’s dual with Arkansas, courtesy of Florida Swimming & Diving.
Georgia freshman Kylie Stewart won her first individual event as a Bulldog on Wednesday.
The Kentucky Wildcats and head coach Lars Jorgensen have earned 5 female verbal commitments this week.
‘Bama-bound: Knox Auerbach gave a verbal commitment to the Crimson Tide starting with the 2015-16 season.
Florida Gators head coach Gregg Troy got a chance to preview his men’s and women’s teams in his season-opening press conference, especially noting the youth of his teams along with their talented freshman classes.
Evan Heldman will join his older brother Alex at the University of Alabama.
Olivia Treski of the Newburgh Sea Creatures will be heading across the state line to swim for the Kentucky WIldcats.
Tyla Martin trains in Boca Raton under Jay Fitzgerald (pictured here), but represents Trinidad & Tobago internationally.
“We’re looking forward to Wednesday’s meet,” said Harvey Humphries, Georgia’s Acting Head Coach. “It’s like any sport in that you practice and practice and you look forward to competing against someone else. It’s early in the training, but you always get excited when you can race someone.”
Iowa breaststroker/IMer Sydney Angell has verbally committed to swim for the Arkansas Razorbacks starting next fall.
Pittsburgh-area swimmers Kathryn Painter and Kayla Churman, plus Ohio’s Geena Freriks, have verbally committed to join the Wildcats next season.
South Carolina Pulls In Another from California: Davis Arden Racing Team’s Emma Barksdale Gives Verbal
Emma Barksdale gave a verbal commitment to South Carolina to join the Gamecocks beginning with the 2015-16 season. Don’t let the t-shirt fool you, though; she’ll be swimming.