Several conferences announced their weekly swimming and diving award winners. Louisville’s Joao De Lucca, pictured above, is the AAC male swimmer of the week.
Gregg Troy fielded questions from the media prior to this weekend’s big dual meet against the Georgia Bulldogs.
Kara Lucenti from New Trier High School and Swim Club has verbally committed to Vanderbilt.
VU Commodores pick up two with verbal commitments from Illinois’ Maddie Hunt and Florida’s Bailey Bowden.
The University of Arkansas women’s swimming and diving team improved their record to 3-0 by defeating the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers at home, 205-95.
The Mizzou Tigers’ men’s team were dominant against the Southern Illinois Salukis and the Kentucky Wildcats in a two-day Tri-meet at Carbondale, Illinois. The Kentucky women were triumphant against Southern Illinois and Kentucky on the women’s side.
Texas A&M has picked up one of the two elite sprint recruits in the state of Wisconsin this year.
Matthew Adams has verbally committed to the University of Alabama.
Queens University and Auburn University squared off against each other, with some special guests from SwimMAC Team Elite.
After losing by 37 last year, Louisville won by nearly the same margin this year against Tennessee.
Auburn has gotten another big breaststroke verbal commitment, this one from Zack Warner out of New Jersey.
Lars Jorgensen has really heated up his first recruiting class as Kentucky’s head coach.
The weekly award winners from the SEC, Big 10, ACC, AAC, Big 12, and MAC conferences have been released. UNC’s Stephanie Peacock was the ACC Swimmer of the Week.
Georgia’s legendary Head Coach, Jack Bauerle takes you through a typical distance day down in Athens.
Texas A&M head coach Steve Bultman has picked up a new verbal commitment, as have the TCU Horned Frogs.