Ryan Williams, who swims for Ford High School in South Carolina and SwimMAC Carolina, has announced his intention to swim for Auburn University in the fall.
Matthew Yish, of SOLO Aquatics and St. John’s Preparatory School, has verbally committed to Auburn University beginning with the 2018-19 season.
Jaden Bellina of Pearland, Texas has verbally committed to swim for Auburn University in the fall.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama-native Jewels Harris has given a verbal commitment to Auburn University women’s swimming and diving team for the 2017-18 season.
Luxembourg National Record Holder Julie Meynen has given her verbal commitment to the Auburn Tigers, bringing world-class sprint freestyles to an already top-notch group.
Jefferson High School (GA) senior Camille Porter has made a verbal commitment to swim for Auburn University next year. Porter currently holds 8 school records in swimming and 3 school records in track & field.
The Auburn Tigers have picked up a verbal commitment from South Florida Aquatic Club’s Julien Pinon. With a Winter National cut…
Italian butterflier Paolo Ricci, shown here with Luis Martinez and Coach Brett Hawke, has given a verbal commitment to swim for Auburn University in 2016.
NCAP backstroker Annie Boone has made the decision to swim for Auburn next year.
Ziv Kalontarov, who won a gold medal for Israel in the 50 free at the inaugural European Games in Baku, will swim for Auburn in the fall.
Kyle Darmody will lead the Auburn Tigers into a 2015-2016 season that will begin it’s regular-season schedule against arch-rivals Alabama.
At the James E. Martin Aquatics Center, the plaque which had Gaines’ time, name, and the year he set the record was removed to make way for a new plaque which featured all the same information pertaining to Morris’ record.
Demerae Christianson has resigned her post as an assistant at her alma mater, Auburn University.
Distance freestyler Logan Samuelson will transfer to the University of Iowa after one season at Auburn, he tells SwimSwam on Thursday….
After the suspension of the Western Kentucky swimming & diving program, Haley Black will be making the leap to Auburn, according to a source close to the program.