Stanford Women to Swim at Texas A&M Invitational in November

Senior Maya DiRado is on the precipice of exploding in her final year of NCAA eligibility.

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Ohio’s No. 1 and Top 40 recruit Zoe Thatcher commits to Auburn

I am proud to announce the commitment of my own swimmer, Zoe Thatcher, to Auburn tonight!

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Adriana Grabski Verbally Commits to Virginia Tech

Adriana Grabski from the Sunbury YMCA in Pennsylvania has committed to Virginia Tech.


The Georgia Bulldogs Top the Kentucky Wildcats in the “Double Distance” Season Opener

The Kentucky Wildcats faced off against the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens. This meet was Lars Jorgensen’s first meet as the head coach of Kentucky. The Georgia men won with a score of 162-110 and the Georgia women won with a score of 165-98.

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Litherland Triplets Commit to Georgia

Jay, Kevin, and Mick Litherland will all swim at the University of Georgia beginning in the fall of 2014.


Wisconsin River Falls Hires Mike Bollinger As New Head Coach

Mike Bollinger has accepted the position of Head Swimming and Diving Coach at Wisconsin River Falls University after talk of the program being suspended for the “forceable future.”

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German Swimming Federation Under Pressure As DOSB Sets Lofty Targets

After a very disappointing Olympic performance and then a showing at the World Championships that was not much better the…


Missy Franklin Makes Sports Illustrated Top 100 List of Twitter Accounts to Follow

The Sports Illustrated staff added Missy Franklin to their top 100 Twitter users list and believes her Twitter account is “essential to your daily routine for finding news, information and entertainment from the sports world.”

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Debbie Phelps Named First Full-Time Director of Baltimore Public Schools Fundraising Arm

The mother of the great Olympian stepped down from her role as middle school principal in 2012, and has now taken on an even bigger position.

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2013-2014 College Swimming Previews: #4 Texas A&M Women Return Monster Team, Add Developing Talent as Well

Breeja Larson will try to lead the Texas A&M Aggies to a Top-3 finish at next year’s NCAA Championships for the first time in program history (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, the swim pictures)


Appeal Holds Up 18-Month Suspension of Russian Olympian Ekaterina Andreeva

Putting to rest the long case of Ekaterina Andreeva, an appeal to the Russian Federation’s Court of Arbitration for Sport has…

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Coaching Corner: A Sit Down With DIII’s Top Coaches – Gregg Parini

Gregg Parini talks about coaching in Division III, Denison, and the upcoming swim season for Big Red.


James Goddard Retires from Swimming

Two-time Commonwealth Games champion James Goddard has retired after a decade at Britain’s most elite level.

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The Swimming Community Rallies Behind Soren, A 6 Year-Old Swimmer Diagnosed With Cancer

Soren Cooper is a 6 year-old swimmer from New Hampshire who was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma, an aggressive form of blood cancer. His family is deeply rooted within the swimming community. (Photo Credit:


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