There was competitive swimming across the board on Day 1
Tennessee leads Alabama at their home pool on the first of a two-day long course dual meet.
The Duke Blue Devils road-tripped to Columbia, taking two wins today against the men and women of South Carolina.
Georgia’s Hali Flickinger won three events for the Bulldogs on Friday.
The Alabama swimming and diving teams dive back into action at home this Friday and Saturday against Southeastern Conference rival Tennessee. The meet will be something of a rarity, split across two days and competed over a 50-meter course instead of 25-yards, which is the standard in the collegiate ranks.
The Texas Longhorns showed off their dominance in a dual meet with the visiting Auburn Tigers in Austin, Texas Thursday night. The Texas men posted a 156-136 in an exciting battle against the Tigers. The Longhorn women held a commanding lead to reach a 171-121 win over Auburn, sweeping the events
Missouri State’s Uvis Kalnins doubled up in Texas, winning both the 200 IM and 100 free for the Bears.
The Georgia swimming and diving teams will kick off the 2016 portion of their schedule in earnest this weekend with a swing through the Lone Star State.
It’s been nearly five years since University of Florida sophomore swimmer Harrison Haines received his first car at the age of 15 from his parents. With just over a month’s work to go on it, Haines, at the age of 20 now, believes he will soon be taking his former Sweet 16 ride for its first spin.
The Blue Devil swimming and diving teams will see their first action of the new year Friday when they head to Columbia, S.C., to take on South Carolina in a non-conference dual meet.
The Texas A&M swimming and diving teams will open the 2016 portion of their schedules with a busy week of action against SEC power Georgia, Missouri State and SMU.
Yu Zhou was one of the best divers in the NCAA last year, in Georgia she competed with some exciting newcomers
Caeleb Dressel turned in an Olympic Trials cut in the 100 fly, helping UF to a big victory over FSU.
In episode 3 of Black&White Swim Talk, Elizabeth Beisel (2011 World Champion-400IM, Olympic Silver&Bronze Medalist, 18 time NCAA All-American, 20 time All-SEC) joins the show to show off the best head of hair in the swimming universe. Elizabeth discusses which ice cream flavor makes it all OK, how she’s preparing for a shot at her 3rd Olympic team, and gives her best Gregg Troy impression.
University of Florida diver Kahlia Warner finished 25th overall in the women’s Individual 3-Meter Springboard competition on Friday afternoon at the 2015 USA Diving Winter National Championships held inside the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis.