Alabama has moved in to its new $21 million swimming and diving facility that includes a brand new locker room.
A lot of Tennessee’s success will run through Erika Brown, who will be a contender for three individual NCAA titles once again in her senior year.
Caleb Kravitz of Saint Petersburg Aquatics has elected to remain in-state and will swim for the University of Florida next year.
Alabama won their first meet of the Coley Stickels era, but the Crimson Tide’s new head coach named the meet a “Wakeup Call” for some of his athletes.
Pryne’s best time in the 400 yard IM of 4:16 is faster than any LSU Tiger female went in the 2018-2019 collegiate season.
Desirae Mangaoang, the Philippine national record-holder in the 50/100/200m breaststroke, has announced her verbal commitment to Texas A&M.
Gallagher retired in May after 31 years as the head coach of the women’s team at UCLA.
After a slew of 2018 graduations and 2019 transfers, Florida again faces adversity, but returns a bulldozing sophomore class on the rise.
Last year was Georgia’s worst NCAA finish since 1983. But with no graduated scorers and a great freshman class coming in, UGA is poised to bounce back.
Despite a coaching change for Alabama, the Crimson Tide will still open up the fall NCAA dual meet schedule with their annual tilt with Delta State on Friday.
The defending NCAA champion Stanford Cardinal women will return to the Art Adamson Invite at Texas A&M rather than the Ohio State Invite.
The NCAA has launched a championships bid portal for prospective host sites to bid for future NCAA Championship events, including swimming & diving.
The mid-season Ohio State Invite will feature a handful of top programs from last year, including men and women from the host Buckeyes, Kentucky & Notre Dame.
The NC State Wolfpack will host their own mid-season invite at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. It will feature Arizona State, Auburn, Wisconsin and Duke.
Tennessee named its six-person 2019 induction class for the Athletics Hall of Fame, including NCAA champion and SEC Swimmer of the Year Christine Magnuson.