With only two days left until the start of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, the Tennessee women are ready and loose.
With American record holder (and last year’s champion) Emma Reaney seeded in fourth place by over two seconds, this year’s 200 yard breaststroke could go to anyone.
The two-time defending NCAA champion Georgia Bulldogs have made one final roster adjustment heading into this week’s NCAA Championships, swapping out freshman distance swimmer Stephanie Peters for SEC Champion diver Olivia Ball.
Indiana University faired well on the first day of the 2015 Zone C Championships. Michael Hixon won the men’s 1…
With four of the five zone championships finished, we are starting to see the NCAA Championship meets come together. The…
Louisville head coach Arthur Albiero looks to be getting a new addition to his rising squad with outgoing Missouri transfer Max Grodecki.
NCAA DI Championships Analysis: Comparing The Cutoff Times Over The Last Few Years, Updated To Include 2009
22 of 26 individual events were faster this season than they were during the 2013-2014 NCAA DI season.
Ryan Murphy and the Cal Golden Bears have 16 swimmers invited to the 2015 Men’s NCAA Championship meet, which is second to only the favored Texas Longhorns for the most.
Georgia junior Ty Stewart will swim the 100 fly on day 2 of the 2015 NCAA Championships, rather than the 400 IM.
Yesterday, most of the Zone’s completed the women’s 3 meter springboard and men’s 1 meter springboard events. The divers had…
The USC Trojans won their first Pac-12 title in 36 years last weekend. Can they follow through with an NCAA title?
Will Licon and the Texas Longhorns will take at least 17 to the 2015 NCAA Championships, pending the results of the Zone Diving Championships.
The NCAA has released the pre-cut psych sheets for the Men’s Division I Championship, being held March 26-28, 2015 at the Campus…
Whether You’re A Fan of The Cardinal Or The Cardinals, You’ll Be Cheering For Texas Diving Through Men’s NCAA’s
Aaron Young’s second event, the 100 backstroke, gives him the advantage over Jacob Thulins’ second event, the 50 freestyle. Young will be the first alternate after they both tied with 46.38’s in the 100 butterfly.
Olivia Ball finished third in the 3m springboard event at the Zone B Championships to give Georgia their 19th Invite to the 2015 Women’s NCAA D1 Championships.