Queens junior Marius Kusch began the meet by taking a .33 chunk out of the NCAA Division II and Championship Record in the 200 IM, going 1:41.61 in finals on Day 1.
On Day 1 of 2, there was a national public school record, and PIAA records in the boys 100 fly, boys 200 free relay, and girls 50 free.
SwimSwam’s Tim Binning (theswimpictures.com) caught all the action on night 1 of the 2018 Women’s NCAA Championships.
After winning the 800 free relay with a commanding lead, Stanford junior Ella Eastin gave insight on what the last couple of weeks have looked like for the Cardinal
The USOC no longer benefits our athletes, and there’s only one way to fix it. In the words of Sally Jenkins, “Knock. It. Down.”
Now that the Michigan boy’s high school swim season has wrapped, the 2018 MISCA Boy’s Dream Team has been revealed.
Queens senior Marius Kusch broke the Division, meet, and pool records with his winning time of 1:41.61 in the men’s 200 IM on Wednesday night.
The boys from North Allegheny High School have broken yet another National High School Record, this time in the 200…
Initial results indicate that Erika Brown has carried her incredible SEC Championship breakout meet through to NCAAs.
The first session of the 2018 women’s NCAA D1 championships is in the books. To the surprise of no one, Stanford are leading with 40 points.
Day 1 finals of the 2018 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships from Greensboro Aquatic Center.
Queens University of Charlotte led the first morning prelims session at the 2018 NCAA Division II Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships with 5 up and 1 down in individual events, and 1 up for their 200 medley relay.
Queens University of Charlotte put 5 swimmers in A finals and 2 in B finals in just two events on Day 1 of 2018 NCAA Division II Men’s Championships.
Kentucky commit Caitlin Brooks opened up Wednesday with a win in the 200 back.
The 400 IM American Record changed hands last season between Stanford teammates Katie Ledecky and Ella Eastin. Now that Ledecky has dropped the 200 free for the 400 IM at NCAAs, who will capture the title (and possibly the American Record) at the big showdown?