Katinka Hosszu earned $43,000 at both Champions Series events, leading all money earners at both meets and nabbing $86,000 for the series.
Sprint butterfly and freestyle swimmer Sofia Long has committed to swim for the Northeastern University Huskies. Long will begin her college career fall 2020.
UC San Diego’s Maddie Brockman and Taylor Onstott led the individual scoring efforts, each logging a six-goal outing on collegiate women’s water polo Week 1.
Swedish Star Sarah Sjostrom is among the swimmers who will contend for 100,000 Euros in prizes at the 2020 LEN Swimming Cup.
Senior Anna Hopkin posted pool records as part of a dominant effort by Arkansas, while the Drury men swept Oklahoma Baptist.
Zach Apple and Ryan Held pulled ahead to battle for the win. Apple had the closing speed to win it, out-touching Held 48.98 to 49.09.
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Mary O’Neill has committed to dive for the NC State Wolfpack. She will begin her diving career in fall 2020 and will join the school’s class of 2024.
Harvard senior Daniel Chang picked up a winning triple for the Crimson as the men and women both beat Ivy League rival Penn last weekend.
Olympic gold medalist Townley Haas spent 2 weeks training with Cali Condors teammates Caeleb Dressel and Jan Switkowski in Gainesville.
Reece Gallagher of McCallie School and McCallie / GPS Aquatics has committed to swim for Queens University of Charlotte next year.
The University of Pittsburgh Panthers swept all 32 events agains the visiting Denison University Big Red in inter-division action Friday afternoon.
ACC Champion Caio Pumputis was nearly 3 seconds ahead of the field in the 200 free, setting the pace early on en route to a 1:36.85.
Gwo’s record came in the 50 free, where he put up a 19.71. That’s just 2 tenths slower than his lifetime best, which he swam last month.
Worlds medalist Madisyn Cox brought it home for the win in 2:09.88. That’s Cox’s first time under 2:10 since 2017 and her 3rd fastest swim ever in the event.