In a whirlwind of a Great Lakes Valley Conference Championships, Drury women took their 3rd consecutive team title, while U Indy men defended their title from last year as well.
Francesca Falzon Young, who lives in Dubai and swims for Malta internationally, has announced her verbal commitment to UCSD for 2019-20.
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Alyssa Marsh split 22.33 swimming butterfly on Duke’s 200 medley relay this weekend. That would have tied for the fastest split at last year’s NCAA Championship meet.
Ohio State senior Ryan Wagner will transfer to Miami of Ohio next fall where he will pursue a master’s in psychology and swim for the RedHawks.
The No. 1 USC women’s water polo team delivered two decisive performances to take home its sixth straight title at the Triton Invitational.
The No. 7 UC Santa Barbara women’s water polo team took a sixth place finish at the Triton Invitational, using a hot start to take down No. 11 UC Davis, 11-5 before falling in a rematch against No. 9 Arizona State, 7-5.
TIDE Swimming’s Abby Reardon has announced her verbal commitment to the WVU class of 2024.
World Record holder Ippei Watanabe and Pan Pacific Championshps gold medalist Yasihiro Koseki were neck-and-neck in a battle at the Kirara Cup this weekend.
This weekend at the Kirara Cup, 21-year-old Rika Omoto took her 100m free to an entirely new level, busting out a new personal best of 54.26 to become the 4th fastest Japanese female performer ever in the event.
24-year-old Katsumi Nakamura threw down another impressive domestic performance with a 48.12 100 free (LCM). The question is, however, can this Japanese national record holder start translating his home turf success to the elite international stage in time for the 2020 Olympics?
The Arizona women rolled, while the Arizona State men won a close battle on Saturday, but all 4 squads had noteworthy times to close their regular seasons.
Australian Kareena Lee took the women’s title in the 2019 Midmar Mile, the world’s largest open water race.
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