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.
The LSU Tigers hosted the Incarnate Word Cardinals on Saturday in a battle of Division I, Interstate 10 opponents. The…
Molly Hannis and the Tennessee Volunteers host a big double on Friday against Auburn and Louisville.
U.S. National Teamer Ben Colley and the UNC Tar Heels will host a big meet next weekend.
Aly Tetzloff is the final member of SwimSwam’s top 20 recruits to publicly announce her college decision.
Summer Junior Nationals qualifier John Holler of the Lobo Aquatic Club has committed to Texas A&M University. His decision gives the…
Butterflyer Gabrielle Pick has picked Louisiana State as her college of choice, signing on with the Tigers this week.
Sam Fazio of the Scottsdale Aquatic Club has verbally committed to the Georgia Bulldogs.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – John Servati, swimmer at the University of Alabama, will be recognized as the 2015 Award of Valor…
The backstroke/freestyle sprinter and Iowa State Record Holder has verbally committed to the University of Missouri.
The Missouri Tigers swept the Swimmer of the Week honors in both genders for the SEC on November 11th with a pair of sophomores. Michael Chadwick won for the men, while Katharine Ross took home the ladies award.
Missouri’s Phillip Willett has made a verbal commitment to University of South Carolina.
Illinoisan Alaina Potts has verbally committed to the Kentucky Wildcats.
Tennyson Henry will head from the Rockwood Swim Club in Missouri to Louisiana State University next year, the swimmer announced via Instagram.
The University of South Carolina hosted East Carolina University and the College of Charleston Saturday in the first meet for Charleston since the school announced it would be cutting its swimming & diving programs next year.