The Mainland Regional High School boys broke two more national high school records in one swim Friday night. After taking down the short course meter 200 free relay record, the same foursome broke the 400 free relay record as well as the 100 freestyle record with Destin Lasco’s leadoff split.
The COMO Invitational, one of the largest and most competitive meets for Missouri high schools, begins Saturday morning at Mizzou Aquatic Center.
2012 Olympic champ Tyler Clary will join the coaching staff at the Hotchkiss School in Connecticut, he announced on his Twitter page this week.
Pending measurement, the Mainland boys’ 200 meter freestyle relay squad cracked a new Public High School National Record.
The Cardinal Aquatics high school squad traveled to Sarasota, Florida for a week full of holiday training. The club out…
The boys of Madison Edgewood jumped 25 spots to #2 in the first Wisconsin high school swimming rankings of the new year. That’s in Division 2, where Monona Grove still leads, and Madison Memorial remains atop the Division 1 rankings.
Claire Adams was a huge part of Carmel’s dominating performance at the 2016 IHSAA Girls State Championships.
Young Canadian star Penny Oleksiak continues to reel in accolades after a stellar summer in Rio and continued success on the…
Former Minnesota swimming standout and longtime swim coach Tim Daly passed away on Christmas Eve. Daly was 58.
The boys’ swimming & diving team from Waukesha South/Catholic Memorial vaulted not only into the top 10 of the latest Wisconsin Interscholastic…
I remember one of my favorite parts of being a high school and club swimmer was taking road trips to swim meets
The boys high school swimming & diving season has kicked off in Wisconsin, and with that come the first polls…
Niles West High School swim coach Daniel Vander Jeugdt has been suspended by the school board for one year, including the coming boys swim season.
The Auburn High School girls successfully completed a 4-peat, repeating as state champions once again. With that, the senior class will now graduate without ever having lost a state title.
Gabriel Hanson, a high school senior at the University School in Cleveland, Ohio, organized a charity swim meet, raising money for Autism Speaks in honor of his nine-year-old brother.