The webinar will feature five college coaches speaking on the college swimming landscape and how it has evolved in each of the NCAA divisions.
Gregg Enoch, the No. 18 recruit in SwimSwam’s class of 2024 rankings, announced his commitment to the University of Louisville on Thursday.
In this episode of the SwimSwam podcast, we get into how athletes have changed. How recruiting has changed. How the Louisville program has changed.
The great ACC coaching carousel continued on Tuesday when Louisville announced Aaron Bell as its new associate head coach.
Two-time Olympian Marcelo Acosta, one of the greatest swimmers in El Salvadoran history, announced his retirement from swimming earlier this month.
Top-ranking Swedish breastroker Cecilia Viberg has announced her commitment to the University of Louisville beginning in 2022.
Albiero will join the executive board as the President-Elect and remain in the position through May 2024, at which point he will rise to President.
Dahlia joins a Notre Dame staff that now includes three former Louisville members, with Chris Lindauer and Kameron Chastain already in the fold.
Arizona State’s Grant House leads the Sun Devils into NCAAs this week, where they hold the top seed in tonight’s 800 free relay.
Virginia’s Kate Douglass had one of the best NCAA Championship meets that we’ve ever seen this weekend in Atlanta, breaking 2 individual NCAA Records.
Only Jack Conger’s 200 fly time is faster than Albiero. Albiero will have his chance to defend his NCAA title next month at NCAA Championships.
Under Reese’s guidance, the Texas Longhorns swam fast all year and rolled to their 15th NCAA championship during Reese’s tenure
The Louisville men return a few key fifth years, and bring in a couple of Olympians, as they seek to build on a historic 2020-2021 season.
Danish sprinter Karoline Barrett’s converted lifetime best times would have made the B-final in the 50 free and 100 free at the 2021 ACC Championships.
Nicolas Albiero, the 5th-highest individual scorer at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, will race a bonus year for Louisville next season.