On Part 1, we talk about high school. More specifically, we talk about how close to Mean Girls their High Schools really are.
The amount of propulsion generated by the kick is arguably the most important difference among fast and not-so-fast swimmers.
The California Golden Bears won their first NCAA men’s water polo title since 2007 on Sunday with an 11-8 overtime victory over USC.
The 100 fly battle between Chad Le Clos and Tom Shields is one of the most anticipated this week in Windsor.
Katinka Hosszu has entered a round dozen individual events for the 2016 Short Course World Championships in a lineup that could include 28 total individual swims and up to 34 swims with relays.
In case you missed any of this weekend’s college swimming recaps, below is a summary of the final scores from…
There are 4 swimmers ranked #1 in multiple individual events: Chase Kalisz, Clark Smith, Caeleb Dressel, and Ryan Murphy.
Now that the 2nd round of 2016 midseason invites for NCAA teams are in the books, we’ve put together a list of the top NCAA swimmers in each women’s event up to this point.
Melissa Pish, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Normal Community West High School in Normal, Illinois, has announced her verbal commitment to Duke University for the 2018-19 season.
The kingpin college recruit as a monster in sprint free, back, and fly, Arizona native Ryan Hoffer is the biggest name at this meet.
Carmel’s Drew Kibler owns three top seeds in this week’s US Junior National Championships (East).
Hannah Hale, of Potomac Marlins and Lake Braddock High School in Burke, Virginia, has signed a National Letter of Intent to swim for the Davis & Elkins Senators next year.
Club Wolverine in Ann Arbor, Michigan has promoted Gunnar Schmidt to head coach, after an approximately 5-month tenure as the team’s…
Jeff Kostoff, swimming legend, swam 4:16 500 in 1983 in high school. The record stood for 30 years. Now Jeff’s the Assistant Coach at Stanford, revving up the distance crew. With a mean crew of 500 talent like Grant Shoults (pictured above), Jeff plans to make a big dent in the NCAA final next March.