With superstar Missy Franklin looking healthy again, new #1 Cal topped #3 Stanford in a dual meet last weekend, propelling them to the top of the latest coaches’ poll.
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Leah Troskot (above) and the LSU Tigers reflect upon their season so far as they prepare for SEC Championship competition.
Florida post-grad Marcin Cieslak was honored for having a significant impact on the Florida athletic’s program.
It’s no secret that Jack Conger and the Longhorns are on a roll. How does everyone else stack up?
The Kentucky Wildcats have added Austin Haney to their 2015 recruiting class.
The Florida Gator men and Georgia Bulldog women picked up two weekly SEC awards apiece after wins over Tennessee and Emory, respectively.
Even without making any official visits, Maxime Rooney has already decided that he wants to be a Florida Gator.
The Georgia Bulldogs blew out the men and women from Emory University in their final meet before the SEC championships.
Rice’s Rachel Moody has broken her own school record in the 100 breaststroke four times in the last year.
Jess Thielmann (pictured) swept the 500 and 1000 frees as Florida beat SEC rivals Tennessee at home.
A full-team effort led the Kentucky Wildcats over the Cincinnati Bearcats on the road on Friday.
Traditional powers once again own a majority of the top spots, but even after their loss at UNC this weekend, Courtney Bartholomew and the Virginia Cavaliers could disrupt the pecking order come March.