Kate Douglass Named CSCAA Women’s Swimmer Of The Year For The Second Straight Season

Virginia’s Kate Douglass and Todd DeSorbo swept the CSCAA awards on the swimming side, while UNC’s Aranza Vazquez and Yaidel Gamboa won the awards for diving.


2023 M. NCAA Previews: Magahey Vies To Make It Three Straight For Georgia In 500 Free

Jake Magahey has an impressive NCAA track record as he enters his third championship appearance with a chance to win a second 500 free title.


Maggie MacNeil Will Stay At LSU To Train For The Paris 2024 Olympics

MacNeil staying at LSU for the Paris Olympics means that she will continue to train under her longtime coach, Rick Bishop


4x NCAA Champion Lexi Cuomo Announces Retirement From Competitive Swimming

Cuomo has been an integral part of Virginia’s NCAA title-winning and American record-breaking relays for the last four seasons.


Ella Nelson Reflects on Her NCAA Career, Shares Plans For the Future

Nelson plans to take a few weeks to decide whether she will continue swimming: “I probably will be back… I honestly haven’t told anyone that.”


Alex Walsh Says NCAA Team Title is “A whole team effort”, Goes Beyond Those Racing

Alex Walsh says team title comes from more than just those at the meet, “whether your last meet is the Cav Invite, ACC’s or NC’s, you still get that ring.”


Torri Huske on Not Winning Gold: “I have to remember to compare myself to myself”

Stanford’s Torri Huske, a sophomore, shares what it was like competing in some of the most competitive heats in NCAA history.


Claire Curzan on 200 Back Title: “I’ve been putting in a lot of backstroke work”

Claire Curzan details how certain aspects of her training has changed since being at Stanford and gushes about how much fun she is having.

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Levenia Sim Clocks Fastest 15-16 Girls Yards 50 Back of All-Time with 23.75 at NCSAs

Sim swam a 23.75, breaking her own NCSA Spring Champs meet record of 23.95, which she set last year as a 15-year-old. 

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Todd DeSorbo on UVA’s Recent Success: “There’s no way it could have gone any better”

“Never in my wildest dreams would’ve thought in just three years we would win, and then in three more years we’d have won three in a row,” Desorbo said.


Elmbrook Swim Club Clips Their Own 15-18 Girls 400 Medley Relay NAG at NCSAs – 3:32.10

 Maggie Wanezek (52.18), Lucy Thomas (58.70), Campbell Stoll (51.57), and Reese Tiltmann (49.65) teamed up to win the relay in 3:32.10.

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Kelly Pash on Longhorn Dominance in 200 Fly: “Tonight, in the race, is how we train”

Longhorns Kelly Pash and Dakota Luther discuss what it’s like training together, Texas’s recent success and their plans for the futuer.


Kensey McMahon on Her Impact on ‘Bama Swimming : “Being the Rising Tide”

Kensey McMahon shares Alabama Swimming’s goals for the future, details how she balances open water and pool training and competition.

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University Of Virginia Women Win Their Third-Straight NCAA Swimming & Diving Title

After winning 11 out of 18 events and sweeping all five relays, the Virginia women are on top of the NCAA for the third year in a row.


Virginia Smashes NCAA Record in 400 Free Relay (3:05.84) to Punctuate Three-Peat

Virginia’s quartet of Kate Douglass, Alex Walsh, Maxine Parker and Gretchen Walsh chopped almost a full second off the NCAA, American, and U.S. Open records.