Both Gator programs walk away from the Pinch A Penny All Florida Invitational with victories.
The Auburn women have picked up a badly-needed breaststroke recruit for the class of 2014.
Florida’s international swimmers did a lot of damage on day 2 of the All-Florida Invitational.
Elizabeth Beisel started off her senior season with a bang, winning both the 200 IM and the 500 free at the All-Florida Invitational
The Tennessee women were back in action on Friday night for the first time since their program-best 3rd place finish at NCAA’s last year.
The Auburn Tigers cruised to a solid victory against the Vanderbilt Commodores.
In both teams season opener, the Tennessee Volunteers defeated the UNCW Seahawks at Seahawk Natatorium.
The first real outside-the-beaten-path commitment for the class of 2014 came this week, when SwimMAC Carolina’s Heather Merritt verbally committed…
Johns Hopkins senior Katie Rownd finished 33rd overall with a time of 2:17.10 at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in London…
The Kentucky Wildcats faced off against the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens. This meet was Lars Jorgensen’s first meet as the head coach of Kentucky. The Georgia men won with a score of 162-110 and the Georgia women won with a score of 165-98.
Jay, Kevin, and Mick Litherland will all swim at the University of Georgia beginning in the fall of 2014.
2013-2014 College Swimming Previews: #4 Texas A&M Women Return Monster Team, Add Developing Talent as Well
Breeja Larson will try to lead the Texas A&M Aggies to a Top-3 finish at next year’s NCAA Championships for the first time in program history (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, the swim pictures)
Claire Donahue announced today via her Twitter that she’s accepted a spot on the 2013 Duel in the Pool roster.
Expect the Gators to be in contention for a trophy this season. If they hit their tapers, anything is possible!
The Kentucky women have picked up their first verbal commitment of the fall season.