As NCAA programs begin their all-important mid-year invite season this week, now is the perfect time to look at how fast swimmers will have to go to earn guaranteed and/or likely NCAA invites this winter.
The Florida men have put together a very strong recruiting class this year. Miguel Cancel was one of the top local talents to sign with the Gators last week.
California-based freestyler Kalie Novosedliak has joined the Florida Gators’ recruiting class. Novosedliak will travel across the country to join the…
The Florida Gators added 19 swimmers and four divers to the incoming class of 2018 after the early signing period. The men’s squad will add 13 newcomers, while the women’s team adds 10.
Three divers, two Georgian and one Floridian, sign with the University of Georgia’s Class of 2022.
A change at the top?
Bethany Galat is one of the Aggie stars to watch this weekend at the Art Adamson Invitational.
It certainly seems like the A&M men have found a good balance with the results they’ve been putting up this season.
Texas A&M will host more than a dozen swimming and diving teams for the annual Art Adamson Invitational, which will be contested Thursday through Saturday at the Student Recreation Natatorium.
Thomas Roark of Bishop Kelly High School and Boise YMCA Swim Team has signed an NLI to swim for Louisiana State University beginning in 2018-19.
The LSU swimming and diving team is set to take part in the biggest competition of the season so far, the Art Adamson Invitational.
Much-awaited mid-season invites begin this weekend, with Texas A&M’s Art Adamson Invite and Missouri’s Mizzou Invite among the top events on the calendar.
NC State topped Texas in a battle of top-5 programs on the men’s side and top-10 programs on the women’s side, the highlight of last weekend’s NCAA action.
The No. 3/14 Florida men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams are set to compete at the Purdue Invitational on Nov. 16-18 in West Lafayette, Ind.