Auburn High School diver Pete Turnham has decided to stay home and go to Auburn’s university as well, after he made public…
The 2013 NCAA platform diving champion and 2013 ACC Men’s Diver of the Year, McCrory demolished the previous pool records on both springboards Saturday against the Seahawks. He posted NCAA Zone Diving Championship qualifying marks of 445.27 on the 1-meter board and 468.37 at the 3-meter height to sweep both events.
Colorado State diver Ariana Milone has been named this week’s Mountain West Women’s Diver of the Week. The award, which was announced by the conference Wednesday morning, is Milone’s second of her young career.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers have been good in swimming recruiting, but have added a great diving recruit to the class.
The Purdue Boilermakers have added a platform specialist who should continue their impressive legacy.
The Georgia men’s team will have a new facet in the 2014-2015 season: an elite diving recruit.
As Grand Canyon University begins its transition to a full-blown Division I program this season, they saw the need to…
Katie Hazelton has joined the Duke swimming and diving coaching staff as a volunteer assistant diving coach, as announced by head coach Dan Colella Wednesday, Oct. 2.
78-Year old Michigan diving legend Dick Kimball rides a bike off of the 10-meter platform. (Video Courtesy: Michigan Athletics)
Three-time NCAA Champion Nick McCrory will stay at Duke to dive out his senior year, with some lofty goals.
Jason Glorius is Virginia’s new diving coach.
Bowling Green State will get a big boost for their conference-level efforts in the 2014-2015 season.
An experienced diver, Ale comes to Bowling Green as a Junior World Trials gold medalist on platform, a Junior and Senior National Championship finalist, an Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA Zone finalist and a three-time Master’s National Champion, and also represented the United States in the Junior World Championships. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
The Atlantic 10 will see some new diving competition in the 2014-2015
Indiana senior Eric Ress is the team’s biggest star, but it will be up to the IU Freshmen to help the free relays. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)