Bellarmine boys claimed their 31st CCS title in as many years, while Mitty girls finally took home the big trophy after several years of finishing second and third.
Aidan Burns has opted out of the California High School State Championship meet.
Bellarmine senior Aidan Burns is looking to defend his CCS titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle events at this weekend’s championship meet.
Santa Clara Swim Club seniors Sandra Soe and Aidan Burns each picked up individual distance wins on the first night of the 2015 NASA Junior National Cup in Clearwater, Florida Tuesday.
A new personal best from Aidan Burns led the Santa Clara Swim Club to a new Meet Record on the 1st day of the 2014 U.S. Winter Junior National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
Canyons Aquatic Club’s Abbey Weitzeil rocked the opening night of Winter Juniors with a smoking 21.19 split on the winning 200 medley relay.
Swimmers Caitlin Casazza, Samantha Fazio, Annie Williamson and Aidan Burns have signed national letters of intent with Georgia, according to an announcement Thursday by Acting Head Coach Harvey Humphries.
While the Georgia men lost an exciting meet to an on-fire NC State Wolfpack team on the road on Saturday 155-143,…
Follow along with the morning session of day 3 of the Junior Pan Pacific Championships from Maui.
US Junior National Team member, Andrew Seliskar (pictured above), is the number one recruit from the high school class of 2015.
After a thrilling weekend of crazy fast California swimming, Sophie Krivokapic-Zhou never slowed down.
The Bells won their 30th straight CCS title thanks to strong finals swims from a very deep bench.
California’s CCS Prelims: Howe With National Record, Monta Vista Girls Leading Team Race, and Paly Boys in Dead Heat with Bellarmine
CCS is always an exciting meet but this year just may go down in history as one of the very best.
Stanford-commit Andrew Liang of Palo Alto High School is hoping to end his prep career with a team championship at CCS. If the Vikings succeed it will be the first time in 30 years that Bellarmine won’t occupy the top rung of the podium.
Curtis Ogren (pictured) was a double event winner for St Francis at the 2014 West Catholic Athletic League swimming and diving championships. The Stanford-bound senior also helped the Lancers break two WCAL relay records.