The Texas A&M men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will battle for conference supremacy in the 2016 Southeastern Conference Championships Tuesday through Saturday at the University of Missouri.
The Alabama men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams begin competition at the 2016 Southeastern Conference Championships on Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Columbia, Mo.
Kentucky’s swimming and diving teams will look to further improve under third year head coach Lars Jorgensen at the 2016 Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships hosted by the University of Missouri on Feb. 16-20 in Columbia, Mo.
The Georgia swimming and diving teams will be seeking league titles as they compete in the Southeastern Conference Championships Tuesday through Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, Mo.
It’s postseason time for the University of South Carolina Swimming & Diving program, beginning with the 2016 Southeastern Conference Championships. The five-day conference meet runs Tuesday-Saturday, Feb. 16-20 at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, Mo.
In preparation for the coming month of NCAA action, we’ve compiled a listing of every conference meet in the NCAA’s Division I.
Raiz Tjon-A-Joe, a senior at Westlake Preparatory School in Davie, Florida, has made a commitment to swim for Texas A&M…
Michigan’s Paul Powers is among those men with a LCM-converted time sitting well-above last year’s NCAA Championships invite mark.
Through January 2016, Cal’s Ryan Murphy still holds the top times in both backstroke events within the NCAA Division I.
Vanderbilt closes out regular season competition by taking wins over Marshall and North Florida
Danielle Galyer won both backstrokes as well as the 200 IM for the Wildcats on Friday.
Breaststroker Zack Warner discusses his decision to transfer from Auburn to NC State.
Although Illinois did come close in some races it was the Razorback’s day from start to finish
Caeleb Dressel won three events and dropped the best NCAA 50 free time of 2016 as Florida won men’s and women’s duals with SEC rival Tennessee.
Brittany MacLean won three events, including the 1000 free and 200 free back-to-back, as the Georgia women won their 100th consecutive home meet with a rout of Wisconsin. The Georgia men also topped Wisconsin by a similar margin.