The Iowa Hawkeyes have picked up one of the best recruits from their home state.
Tom Peribonio from SwimAtlanta’s John’s Creek site has verbally committed to South Carolina.
It took five tries before Katinka Hosszu was able to pick up her first win on day one in Moscow,…
The Buffalo Bulls hosted their first meet of the season, the Western New York invite, on Saturday, and their senior…
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are filling out a medley relay with stars.
The East Carolina swimming and diving teams swept a dual meet with Davidson at Cannon Pool on the Davidson College campus Saturday. The men’s squad posted a 171.5-118.5 victory, while the women’s team claimed a 178-114 win.
“I’ve always liked training with people that are faster than me,” Thomas said. “They’ll push me every day, and that’s the way to get better.”
Conor Dwyer is one of 12 Americans that have publicly committed thus far to the 2013 Duel in the Pool.
Breeja Larson just missed breaking a minute in the 100 breaststroke on Saturday in Nashville.
In the second stop of the Hoosiers California trip, they fall again to the Stanford Cardinal. (Photo Credit: Dean Ottati)
The Florida Gators, including Marcin Cieslak, swam some primary events and some secondary events, but all-around looked very good in the revival of their series with Minnesota.
WVU dominated the West Virginia Games this weekend, winning nearly every event at the meet. (Photo Credit: West Virginia Athletics)
With 23 individual wins and all four relays bringing home a top time, the Western Kentucky University swimming and diving team opened the 2013-14 season with wins over Delta State. The women defeated the Lady Statesmen 195-90 while the Hilltoppers finished the meet with a 182.5-107.5 win over DSU.
Big 12 women’s swim and dive teams for Kansas and Iowa State opened their season today. (Photo Credit: Big 12 Conference)
In multiple swims in just two days, a squad of ten Cal Bears swam at the Bulldog Invitational. (Photo Credit: Cal Athletics)