Kovacs should have an immediate impact for the Catamounts at the America East Championships, as she’s already fast enough to have scored at last season’s conference meet in the B-final of 4 different events.
The Michigan State women will be adding 2 more members to their freshman class next season, as Abbey Neveling and…
When she joins the Owls next fall, Fellowes should have an immediate scoring impact for the team at the C-USA Championships.
Naples’ Matthew Limbacher impressed with his regional victory in the 100 breast, posting the fastest time of any class so far to win it in 56.85.
Plant’s Morgan Tankersley put up a pair of statement swims at the region 2 meet, clocking Automatic All-American times in the 200 free (1:46.26) and 500 free (4:43.18).
Oak Hall’s Isabel Ivey, a member of the USA National Junior Team, sits atop the standings in both of her individual races as she heads to the Region 1 meet.
When I read about the $266K alleged embezzlement at a nearby swim team, I was shocked. How was that possible? After reflecting on my years as a board member, I realized that yes—it could happen.
The Florida High School Athletic Association’s 2016 state meet series is in full swing, with the Class 2A district meets now complete.
Arlington Aquatic Club’s Brendan Richichi has made his college decision, as he’s announced his verbal commitment to swim for the United States Air Force Academy next fall.
The Gulf Swimming LSC is holding an open contest to re-design it’s logo. The LSC is the 17th-largest in the…
A former swim coach in Canada’s Northwest Territories is appealing his sexual assault conviction, saying the 2015 trial had been unfair.
Now that we’re getting close to November, many of the top high school swimmers in the class of 2017 have made their verbal commitments to college teams.
American Energy Swim Club has adapted their Elite Meet to a new format, hoping to draw clubs to the Mitch Park YMCA in Edmond, Oklahoma for a new premier Prelim/Final Age Group competition.
Tracy Lynn Noseworthy, formerly the treasurer of the Fullerton Aquatic Sports Team in California has been arrested on charges of embezzling more than a quarter of a million dollars from the swim club.
Andrew Gyenis is a graduate of Stanford University, where he studied renewable energy and creative writing. He is a long…