Simone Manual blasts a 50y freestyle time of 21.81, clearing her first NCAA “A” cut
“We’re really excited for another talented group of student-athletes to join our program,” head coach Brett Hawke said. “All 11 of these exceptional young men and women will make outstanding additions to our team… “
New Zealand Record holder Sophia Batchelor is transferring to the University of Florida.
“We’re looking forward to standing up and competing this weekend,” UA head coach Dennis Pursley said. “Not only are looking forward to some great competition, but this weekend gives us a chance to compete in a championship format, which will help us down the road.”
Coach Troy: “I feel real good where both groups are at heading into this championships style meet at Georgia Tech. This meet has several good team’s competing in it, and it will give us a good chance to evaluate the fall and see where we need to improve upon in the spring when it really matters.”
Coach Troy: “We are extremely excited about the quality and depth of the class. We covered a lot of our needs with these student-athletes. This is an outstanding class of women that are not only extremely talented in the pool, but are great students as well.”
Stanford’s highly-touted freshman class, including Simone Manuel (above), will have their coming-out party this weekend in College Station.
It’s mid-season invite time, and in addition to the Nike Cup, hosted by the University of North Carolina, there are plenty of fast meets to keep an eye on.
Tiffany Futscher, a butterflyer/backstroker with the Dallas Mustangs, has verbally committed to the Texas A&M Aggies for next season.
The Texas A&M Aggies, led by senior Sarah Henry, hold the #1 spot in the latest CSCAA Dual Meet rankings.
It was a good week for Tennessee in the SEC Weekly Awards department, as the Vols took home 4 of the 6 honors.
The Texas A&M men’s and women’s Swimming & Diving will host the 2014 Art Adamson Invitational Thursday through Saturday at the Student Recreation Natatorium on the A&M campus.
The Alabama Crimson Tide will be without their 50 meter pool for the “indefinite” future after a fire.
The University of Tennessee has made the decision to phase out the “Lady Vols” name for women’s sports (with the exception of women’s basketball). The teams will now be using the “Power T” logo and the nickname “the Volunteers” currently used by men’s sports.