The defending NCAA Champions from Michigan have added another backstroker to their class of 2014.
“We are excited to be headed to Blacksburg this weekend to take on the Hokies,” said head coach Braden Holloway. “They are a great program with a great coaching staff that has built it up to a top-25 program.”
After years of carrying on a friendly rivalry in the long course pool, Elizabeth Pelton and Missy Franklin will team up in an effort to bring the NCAA title back to Berkeley.
Szaranek, holder of 47 Scottish Age Records, will join the Michigan Wolverines in the fall of 2014.
Men’ 1500 freestyle Italian Gregorio Paltriieri took the first event of the evening winning the men’s 1500 freestyle in a…
Canadian breaststroker Martha McCabe took a huge step forward in her career last week, being selected as an RBC Olympian. RBC Olympians have featured multi-time Paralympic medalist Benoît Huot as well as Canadian record holder in the men’s 100m breaststroke: Scott Dickens.
Ruth fits the mold of a pair of sprinters with whom Florida State has had a lot of success in the past.
Texas men and women topped the UNC Tar Heels in Austin this afternoon (Photo Credit: TexasSports.com)
The attempt to balance the opportunities for women to those of men didn’t get a firm push forward until Title IX was passed in 1972. Even after it became law it took another 10 years to begin to make a substantial impact on extending girls careers in swimming beyond high school and providing a wide breadth of collegiate opportunities.
The Aggies have gotten a verbal commitment from #10 ranked Bethany Galat out of South Bend, Indiana.
The Missouri tigers played host to the Florida Gators on Thursday evening in Columbia, in what was both teams’ conference…
Ryan Gordon of the Albany Starfish has verbally committed to begin the rebuilding of the Indiana backstroke group.
World Recorder holder Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) swims a 24.02 to top Dorothea Brandt (GER)
Just as he did in Moscow Roland Schoeman kept his fellow countryman Chad le Clos from finishing in the top spot in the 50 butterfly, but this time by the narrowest of margins.
American Tom Shields gets his first World Cup 100m back win over Australian Robert Hurley.