Connor Long from SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to the Texas A&M Aggies.
The Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team will take on the University of Incarnate Word Cardinals in dual meet action at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Barshop Natatorium on the UIW campus.
Auburn head coach Brett Hawke is banking that Sam Stewart can lift his yards times to match his meters swims – and can equal his brother’s success.
College Swimming Previews: #3 Florida Gators Face Huge Losses But Gain Top Recruit In Caeleb Dressel
Caeleb Dressel, the first high school-aged swimmer under 19 seconds in the 50 free, will try to help Florida navigate some big losses to graduation.
The Georgia Bulldogs cleaned up on the SEC’s weekly swimming & diving awards this week, taking 5 of 6 honors. The men swept the awards despite a loss to NC State, while the women won both swimming awards.
Breaststroker Matthew Dunphy from the Winchester Swim Team has verbally committed to the Tennessee Volunteers. Dunphy admits that he was a…
Annah Carney has verbally committed to swim for the University of Arkansas, starting next fall.
The Missouri Tigers dipped into Iowa’s high school swimming scene for another prospect, getting a verbal from state runner-up breaststroker Nick Staver. Staver will join state champ backstroker Alex Walton in Mizzou.
The University of Kentucky continues to fill out a great freshman class, getting a verbal commitment from Pennsylvania freestyler Monica Sowinski.
The ladies of Louisiana State University held on to win the SMU Classic by 18 points over the Louisville Cardinals, keyed by a big win from its medley relay team.
Simonas Bilis (pictured) won three times, and his teammate Christian McCurdy broke a pool record to beat Georgia star Chase Kalisz in the 200 fly.
Emma Reaney, the defending NCAA champion in the 200 breast, and the Fighting Irish traveled to Auburn for a triangle meet with Auburn and Vanderbilt. The Irish lost to Auburn but beat Vanderbilt.
While the Georgia men lost an exciting meet to an on-fire NC State Wolfpack team on the road on Saturday 155-143,…
Will Licon got the chance to add another gold to an impressive night which included a 48.44 100 back, and he did just that by winning the 200 IM. The Longhorn swimmer won the event smoothly in 1:48.18, beating Jared Butler and Gonzalo Carazo Barbero.
Chase Kalisz won his signature event, the 400 IM, to give him his third win of the evening. His time of 3:50.38 was an extremely solid in-season swim.