Kentucky’s Asia Seidt, a four-time SEC champion, was one of two recent swimming and diving graduates to be recognized in the NCAA’s Today’s Top 10 list.
21-time collegiate All-American and 9-event Kentucky school record holder Asia Seidt has been named the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year.
Seidt, a 4-time SEC Champion across the backstroke races and a 21-time CSCAA All-America honoree, has been named one of 9 finalists for the prestigious honor.
Joey Gracia discusses his mid-pandemic move to Kentucky Aquatics as their new head coach and “starting from scratch” with his athletes post-quarantine.
Asia Seidt is among a group of 3 swimmers and 1 diver who have advanced to the top 30 of the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year selection.
Silja Kansakoski (above) and Alison Gibson are among the 15 aquatic athlete conference nominees for 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year.
3-time NCAA champion Louise Hansson (above) was among 53 swimmers & divers nominated for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year honor.
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37 NCAA swimmers were honored as CoSIDA Academic All-America team members, with Kentucky’s Asia Seidt winning Team Member of the Year.
Asia Seidt, who was the silver medalist in the 200 back at the 2019 World University Games, has announced her retirement from elite competitive swimming.
Kentucky swimmer Asia Seidt has been named the female 2019-20 SEC H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year, joining LSU basketball player Skylar Mays.
Regan Smith and Kaylee McKeown are the two fastest teens in the women’s 200 back. But who will take the 2021 Olympic crown and who will break 2:00 first?
Kentucky Wildcats’ Asia Seidt and Glen Brown are the nominees for the post-graduate scholarship presented to the SEC’s top male and female scholar-athletes.
This Stanford class went 3-for-3 in NCAA titles over their collegiate career, but Tennessee’s seniors put up the most points over their three seasons.
Way back in 2015, we ranked Beata Nelson as the #2 recruit in her class. She’ll actually finish #3 in NCAA scoring – but could she have caught #1 in 2020?