Stanford and Cal are far ahead of the pack in terms of A finalists and potential points tonight, but the battle for 3rd could get interesting with Arizona poised to move up. Diving could play a big role in that battle.
Pat Hogan, USA Swimming’s Club Development Managing Director, has become the 2nd high-ranking USA Swimming employee to resign on Thursday….
2018 New Hampshire Swimming And Diving State Championships February 9th-11th, 2018 Swasey Pool, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire…
Anton Ipsen will look to start things off right for the NC State Wolfpack in tonight’s finals session
Katie Ledecky swims the 500 free on day 2 of the Women’s Pac-12 Championships.
Felix Auboeck is the top seed in the 500 freestyle tonight for Michigan
Blake Pieroni helped Indiana University kick off their 2018 campaign for another Big Ten Championship victory by providing a 1:31.51 split in the 800 freestyle relay, which Indiana won handily over 2nd-place Michigan, 6:11.50 to 6:16.51.
USA Swimming Safe Sport Senior Director Susan Woessner has resigned from her post, and in her letter of resignation, discloses that she kissed then-coach Sean Hutchison in 2007 and didn’t disclose that information while helping with an investigation of Hutchison for an inappropriate coach-swimmer relationship in 2010.
Indiana University Head Coach Ray Looze took a few minutes following last night’s session to fill us in on how the two early victories set the team up for the rest of Big Ten’s, and where the team wants to be at NCAAs.
Harvard led the way on Thursday morning with seven swimmers making A finals, five making B finals, and one qualifying for a C final.
Paul Powers will look to defend his 50 free title on day 2 of the B1G Ten Championships.
The EDGE is the first of its kind, combining both hardware and software to give any swimmer an edge on their swimming goals, no matter the skill level
USA Swimming has sent a letter to its members reiterating its commitment to protecting athletes in response to reports that the organization had failed to address hundreds of sexual abuse cases over the past few decades.
About 4 out of 10 voters predicted Louisville to win the women’s ACC Championships, with only 30% picking eventual champions Virginia.