Junior Nats Finalist Jack Blake Gives Verbal To Join Alabama Sprint Crew

Blake is coming off a very strong 2015-16, which saw him win a state title in the 100 free and a silver medal in the 50 free at the 2016 Arizona Division 1 High School State Championships.

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Comerford Sweeps Triple as Louisville Men And Women Defeat Tennesse

Louisville’s Mallory Comerford has been having a stellar start to the season, and today’s dual meet was no exception.

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Drury Women, Nova Southeastern Men Top First CSCAA Division 2 Polls

The Drury University Women and Nova Southeastern University Men top the first College Swimming Coaches Association of America / TYR Division II Top 25 Swimming & Diving Poll.

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Denison (M) And Emory (W) Lead Season’s First CSCAA Division 3 Polls

The Denison University men and Emory University Women top the first CSCAA / TYR Division III Coaches’ Poll. Rankings are compiled by CSCAA-member coaches and released on a monthly basis.

Wolfpack Men To Host Northwestern Friday, Women Face Duke Saturday

After a #STATEment first weekend of competition back in the water, the NC State swimming and diving team is set for another slate of dual meets Friday andSaturday.

Anton Ipsen, Leah Smith Named ACC Swimmers of the Week

NC State swimmer Anton Ipsen, Pitt diver Dominic Giordano, Virginia swimmer Leah Smith and North Carolina diver Elissa Dawson are this week’s ACC Swimming and Diving performers of the week.

Indiana Hoosiers Pick Up Verbal From Cincinnati Marlins’ Josie Grote

Ohio-based Josie Grote has made her college decision, as she’s just announced her verbal commitment to join the Indiana Hoosiers next fall.

Texas Sprinter Emma Ream Makes Verbal Pledge to North Texas

Emma Ream, a senior at Lovejoy High School and a member of Texas Ford Aquatics, has verbally committed to swim…

Paxton Rhoads, Patrick Butkovich Send Verbals To Florida State

The Florida State men continue to add to their first recruiting class since Head Coach Neal Studd took over at the start of this season.

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WATCH: Florida State Coaches Read Student Athlete Tweets

“Wait… she babysits my children.”

Kira Toussaint Qualifies for SC Worlds at Tennessee Dual Meet

Toussaint took advantage of a new program by the Dutch Federation that allows US-based swimmers to qualify in a 25 yard pool rather than the traditional 25 meter course.

See Where SwimSwam’s Top 20 HS Girls Recruits of 2017 Have Committed

October’s almost over, which means many of the United States’ fastest high school seniors have committed to swim in college….

IU Swimming & Diving Ready for Tri-Meet with Kentucky and Tennessee

The Indiana University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will head to Lexington, Ky. to face Kentucky and Tennessee in a tri-meet on Friday.

2016-2017 Men’s NCAA Power Rankings – October Edition

Jack Conger (left) and the Texas Longhorns will be challenged by the Cal Bears this season, but for now, they’re our #1 team

Swimming Australia May Suffer Post-Rio Governmental Funding Cuts

As the Australian federal government seeks ways to reduce costs, the funding allotted for some Olympic sports, including Swimming Australia, may shrink.

Georgia Hosting Florida For SEC Opener

One day before their football counterparts play in Jacksonville, the Georgia and Florida swimming and diving teams will square off in an early season marquee meet.

Defending SEC Women’s Champion Texas A&M Host Gamecocks on Friday

The defending Southeastern Conference Champion Texas A&M women’s swimming and diving team will host Southeastern Conference foe South Carolina in its 2016-17 home opener at 5 p.m. on Friday at the Student Recreation Natatorium.


Madison Kelly Verbally Commits to Saint Louis Billikens

Madison Kelly of Rockville, Maryland has made a verbal commitment to swim at Saint Louis University in 2017-18.

2016 Olympic Year in Review Magazine: Farewell To Michael Phelps

The holidays are approaching fast. Give the gift of swimming with SwimSwam Magazine’s “2016 Year in Review” with the special “Farewell to Michael Phelps” section.