The Florida High School State Championships Series is back in action!
Zachary Poti was dominant in the 100 fly and 100 back in Florida’s 4A, District 3, though his team only placed 3rd in the meet.
A prodigious figure in Maryland swimming, Timothy O. Pierce senior passed away from cancer on October 16th of this year at…
The Indiana High School Swimming & Diving Hall of Fame has announced 23 swimmers and 5 coaches in their class…
Hilton Head High School won their fifth consecutive South Carolina Class 3-A High School Championship on Saturday, October 11.
Savanna Faulconer and Zach Piedt both set meet records at South Carolina’s Class 4A championships over the weekend.
The Wayland Baptist swimming and diving teams kicked off their second season Saturday in a dual with UT-Permian Basin. The Falcons won both the men’s and women’s duals, but the Pioneers had several bright spots in their first taste of competition of 2014.
The Pine Crest girls topped their rivals from Saint Andrew’s for the first time since 2011.
First Baptist High School swept the AAA titles at the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA) state championships on Saturday, which brought the girls streak to 8-straight.
Junior Nationals 100 fly bronze medalist Victoria Edwards started her high school season last week.
Nominations for various athletic Halls of Fame have begun to come out across the country the past few months. Here’s a a brief look at a few swimmers who have gotten nods:
Erica Rose (left) with Northwestern head coach Jimmy Tierney (right) was inducted into the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday night, along with former Cleveland State coach Wally Morton.
Sometimes it’s hard to remember that standout swimmers like Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel are both still in high school, however the two national team stars highlighted a list of nearly 1800 swimmers honored by USA Swimming as 2013-2014 Scholastic All-America team members.
3rd Annual ‘Fastest Man in Texas’ Shootout slated for Nov. 1 in San Antonio, inaugural women’s event added
The date has been set for the 2014 Fastest Man in Texas shootout, where Jimmy Feigen (pictured) and a host of sprinters will compete to steal the 3rd annual Fastest Man in Texas title, while the first-ever women’s title is up for grabs.
Update: after the initial report was posted below, the UIL updated their testing numbers to say that there were two…