A total of 665 student-athletes were named to the 2017-18 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll, including basketball, equestrian, gymnastics and swimming and diving. Among the honorees were 156 men’s swimmers and divers and 212 women’s swimmers and divers.
Emily Baeth of Waukee High School and Central Iowa Aquatics has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kentucky for 2019-20.
Danville, California’s Zoie Hartman has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Georgia’s class of 2023 and will suit up for the Bulldogs in the fall of 2019.
The LSU swimming and Diving team’s co-head coaches Dave Geyer and Doug Shaffer announced the signing female diver Aimee Wilson Monday afternoon.
The Alabama Athletics Department’s annual Crimson Choice Awards, presented by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), was held Monday evening at the Bryant Conference Center.
With Brett Hawke resigning after a decade as head coach, the Auburn Tigers have one of the most intriguing job openings in recent memory – and the buzz is that the frontrunners could be current head coaches at other programs.
Arkansas swimming and diving head coach Neil Harper announced the addition of three Razorbacks on Wednesday to the 2018-19 roster.
For the fourth straight year, the University of Texas was crowned the men’s NCAA Division I swimming and diving champions….
Ames, Iowa’s Amy Feddersen has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Missouri’s class of 2023. Feddersen swims for Ames High School and Ames Cyclone Aquatic Club.
Whoever takes over the Auburn head coaching job will be working with the NCAAs best 400 IM’er.
Allie Piccirillo of Northern KY Clippers and Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, Kentucky has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Florida beginning in the fall of 2019.
Caeleb Dressel won 3 of the Gators’ 5 event titles in 2018, and was involved in a 4th as a relay leadoff leg.
A win in the meet-opening 800 free relay kicked off 13 event titles for Stanford at the 2018 NCAA Championships.
Tonight, there’s an opportunity to relive the 2018 men’s and women’s SEC Championships, along with the 2018 Women’s NCAA Championships, on television.