Harvey Humphries, one of the best-kept secrets in swimming, stepped into the spotlight in 2014 and led Georgia to a National Championship.
San Diego State’s Anika Apostalon and Fresno State’s Shelbie Holden were honored with Mountain West weekly awards.
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.
San Diego State coach Mike Shrader led his women to an invite win over the UCLA Bruins.
Gauchos Wade Allen and Billy Mullis each secured event wins during the final day of the A3 Performance Invitational to help push the UCSB men to an overall victory.
Defending Mountain West Swimmer of the Year Anika Apostalon is back into the conference’s weekly awards for the first time this year, earning Swimmer of the Week honors.
The Azteks from SDSU took the win from visitors Hawai’i including wins in both sprint freestyle events from sophomore Anika Apostalon.
San Diego State dominates quad with Vanderbilt, Campbell and Little Rock on big fly swims, Apostalon double
San Diego State kicked off a busy weekend with dominating wins at a triple dual against Vanderbilt, Arkansas-Little Rock and…
5 Big Things from 2014 W. NCAA’s #1: Recruit Rankings Revisited, 2014 freshmen were remarkably consistent
An easy one to get right: Missy Franklin was the consensus #1 recruit, and the Golden Bear lived up to the hype. But how did the rest of our ‘top 10 recruits’ list hold up?
Anika Apostalon, San Diego State Freshman Swimmer and Water Polo Player, had three swim offs at NCAAs this past weekend:…
There was somewhat of a dilemma after the first session of the 2014 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships on…
The very first event of the 2014 NCAA Championships will go a long way in telling who showed up to swim and who doesn’t look ready for the bright lights and intense pressure of a national championship final. Look for top-seeded Georgia to set the tone early.
The women’s fifty free hasn’t seen this much speed in a while and it could by anybody’s race Thursday night.
The biggest 5 or 6 conferences tend to dominate the headlines, but they’re far from the only homes for fast swimming. Meet 6 women with top-10 NCAA seeds coming from the smaller conferences.
Half of the top eight in the 100 free are freshmen, the entire top eight is seated under 48.00, which makes for one very fast event.