Melanie Margalis, Shannon Vreeland, Nicolas Fink and Chase Kalisz will represent the United States, while Matias Koski and Chantal Van Landeghem will compete in their respective countries’ colors.
The Florida Gators have announced their 2015-2016 schedules with an interesting twist in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympics: two of the team’s biggest rivalry meets will be conducted in long course meters.
After a record-breaking 2014-15 season, the Kentucky swimming and diving team will look to back it up against some of the nation’s most elite competition.
LSU junior-to-be Kara Kopcso swam a new lifetime best of 59.16 on Sunday evening at the Louisiana State Championships, which puts…
Former U.S. Junior National Team member Alex Katz is heading closer to home for his sophomore season, transferring from Michigan to the Florida Gators.
Six swimmers from the Texas A&M swimming & diving teams have been chosen to represent their country at the 2015 Pan American games in Toronto, Ontario.
Caeleb Dressel went big in two swims on Friday in Orlando.
Ziv Kalontarov, who won a gold medal for Israel in the 50 free at the inaugural European Games in Baku, will swim for Auburn in the fall.
Tennessee high school state champ Walker Higgins out of Tennessee Aquatics has verbally committed to the Georgia Bulldogs for 2016.
Missouri All-American breaststroker Sam Tierney is spending the summer training with the loaded professional group at USC, but will return to Mizzou in the fall to help start a postgrad group at his alma mater.
“I am super excited to have Shane join our staff this season. He brings a lot of coaching and recruiting experience to our program”.
Texas A&M will be represented by four Aggie swimmers, along with women’s head coach Steve Bultman, at the 2015 World University Games July 4-11 in Gwangju, South Korea.
After another successful year in the pool that saw the Aggies take fourth place at the NCAA Championship, nine members of the Texas A&M Swim & Dive team have been selected to the 2015 CSCAA Scholar All-American Team.
In just its fourth season in the expanded Southeastern Conference (SEC), Missouri will host the SEC Championships in swimming & diving in 2016.
Kyle Darmody will lead the Auburn Tigers into a 2015-2016 season that will begin it’s regular-season schedule against arch-rivals Alabama.