Michael Andrew has broken his 3rd National Age Group Record of the Jenks Sectional Championship meet.
Even the great Nick McCrory has to earn his way to NCAA’s through the zone diving championships.
Birmingham Brother Rice overcame 4-time defending champs Saline High School to win the Michigan Division I boys state title.
Paulo Barelli, the president of FIN – the Italian swimming federation – has been caught up in fraud allegations by…
14-year-old Genevieve Pfeifer won her second race of the weekend with the 500 free Saturday night, while Arkansas commit Chelsea Tatlow took the 200 IM and Jacob Molacek and Michael Andrew dueled it out in the 50 free.
Spaniard Mireia Belmonte and Jazz Carlin of Great Britain provided a thriller posting the world’s second and third fastest times…
Texas’ Will Licon Secures NCAA Qualification on Final Day of 2014 American Short Course Championships
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Michael Andrew now owns 8 out of 14 individual yards National Age Group Records in the 13-14 age group.
Michael Andrew swam a 19.85 in the 50 yard free on Saturday night at the Jenks Sectional in Oklahoma, breaking the National Age Group Record that seems to, ironically, have been the hardest for him to get at the 13-14 level (among his wheelhouse events, at least).
Bolles’ Joseph Schooling won three more events and swam a lifetime best in the 100 yard backstroke on Saturday at the 2014 Southern Premier Meet.
Arizona’s American Record holder, Kevin Cordes, is the top seed in the men’s 200 breaststroke for tonight’s session of the PAC-12 Championships.
California freshman Ryan Murphy earned another win with a 1:39.21 to win the event.
Arizona State senior Alex Coci made a huge leap to win the 200 butterfly, dropping 1.58 seconds from his morning swim to post a time of 1:42.97.
Coach Schrader: “Our staff is privileged to coach both teams who understand where the true commitment is—in the classroom, as well as be prioritizing the rest of their schedule around being a very good Division I swimming and diving program. It makes for a great environment for student athletes to have success all around.”
Emory & Henry Athletics March 6, 2014 Emory & Henry Swimming Ranked 2nd In NCAA Division III In Grade Point Average
The Emory & Henry College Women’s Swimming Team compiled the second-best cumulative grade point average for the fall semester of…