The Texas A&M women’s swimming and dive team will take on a pair of regional opponents in a 3 p.m. double dual meet with host North Texas and the University of Houston on Friday at UNT’s Pohl Recreation Center.
Coach Gregg Troy: “Tomorrow’s meet should be a great opportunity for both the men and women to race some of the best athletes in the NCAA. This is a perfect time, being that it is the midpoint of the fall, to evaluate where we are.”
Eric Shanteau is one of 6 inductees into the Auburn Swimming & Diving Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
The Aggies are currently 1-1 for the season after a dominating victory against the University of Incarnate Word taking wins in 11 of the 13 events that night. The men won the meet 135-98 and look to do the same against the two Florida teams.
Kansas City’s Madison Strathman has made a verbal commitment to the University of Arkansas for 2015-16.
The Crimson Tide play host to instate rival Auburn and out of state Rival LSU this weekend in what should be one the most exciting meets of the weekend.
Deaf Swimming World Record holder Matthew Klotz has verbally committed to the LSU Tigers, and will join the team in the…
Indiana swimming and diving continues a tough early nonconference schedule this Friday as it travels to Knoxville, Tennessee to take on Tennessee and Kentucky in a double dual meet.
Alarii Levreault-Lopez has made a verbal commitment to the LSU Tigers for 2015-16.
More than a full week has passed since the hearing of still-suspended Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle, and the only news…
Dani Barbiea was named Women’s Swimmer of the Week after a 4-for-4 weekend on wins against the Razorbacks.
Mary Beckwith, who swims with the Stingrays in Marietta, Georgia, has made a verbal commitment to Vanderbilt University for the…
Joey Reilman from the Firestone Akron Swim Team has verbally committed to the Tennessee Volunteers.
Texas A&M freshman Brock Bonetti won the 100 backstroke as the A&M men nearly swept UIW.
Arkansas women hosted Missouri on Friday at the Arkansas Natatorium. The hosts fell to their SEC rivals, 166 to 134.