The 2019 CIF State Swimming & Diving Championships will be held May 10-11, 2019 at Clovis Olympic Swim Complex.
Juniors Ella Ristic (above) and Anna Delgado give Santa Margarita their best chance at repeating as CIF-SS Division I Champions.
Emily Feeney, a former high school swim coach in Pennsylvania, has been added to the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s ban database, making her permanently ineligible for membership with any Olympic sport organization.
See who’s moving up and who has yet to commit among the current high school junior class, which is loaded in the non-free strokes in particular.
Jude Williams won 2 events in domiant fashion for Redlands East Valley.
Lettenberger is the first ever para-sport athlete to earn a Footlocker Athletic Scholarship.
After a coaching career that has spanned nearly 50 years, Hart High School head coach Steve Neal will retire at the end of the 2019 season.
Jake Foster won the boys honor after taking 4 gold medals at the Ohio High School Division I State Championship meet.
NC State recruit Katharine Berkoff, who finished in second with a 59.83, swam the 8th-fastest time in the world this year.
Regis Jesuit’s Will Goodwin (above) leads the state in the 100 breaststroke in 200 IM so far this season.
Matt Fallon 0f Somerset Valley put up the 2nd-fastest 200 breast in 15-16 age group history during day 2 prelims of the 2019 YMCA SC National Championships.
Ross Dant of Hickory defended his 1000 free title from 2018 and broke the YMCA meet record by over 5 seconds in the process on the first day of the championships.
Dare Rose and Mariah Denigan set sectional meet records on the closing day of the Indy sectional meet, both in the distance events.
The third day of the Indy Sectional meet, national team members Devon Nowicki and Kaersten Meitz graced the top of the podium in the finals session.
Diane Hicks-Hughes has officially taken over the office as president of the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches’ Association (NISCA), which makes…