Katrina Konopka is a sprint power who will lead the Wildcat women in 2017-18.
Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers to predict which new NCAA head coach would have the most successful season
Caeleb Dressel will swim for his collegiate legacy in his senior year with the Florida Gators.
Grand Canyon University, George Washington University, Florida Atlantic, TCU, and Buffalo make up the field for the fall meet in Miami, FL.
Given the two recent hires and the downward trajectories, which of three top programs – Arizona men, Arizona women, Virginia men – is most likely to make it back into the top ten at NCAAs first?
The University of Virginia has turned to its fast-rising ACC rival to fill its recent head coaching opening, signing NC State associate head coach Todd Desorbo.
New University of Arizona head coach Augie Busch has brought in another big-name Arizona swimming alum as the next cog in his new staff: two-time Olympic gold medalist Beth Botsford.
Arizona assistant Brandy Maben is stepping away from coaching after five season with the Wildcats.
The University of Arizona will be hiring Virginia’s Augie Busch as its new head coach for men’s and women’s swimming and diving, sources tell SwimSwam.
After the surprising retirement of longtime coach Rick DeMont, the University of Arizona has a head coaching opening, one of the more high-profile job openings in recent memory in college swimming. Though we don’t know exactly what the Arizona athletic department is thinking, here’s a look at some of the top potential candidates for the job.
Virginia head swimming and diving coach Augie Busch has announced that 14 student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to…
Dylan Cudahy of Machine Aquatics in Virginia will remain in his home state and swim collegiately for the University of…
Louisville senior and America’s butterfly queen Kelsi Worrell has been announced by the Atlanta Coast Conference to receive the 2016 ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year award.
Third-year Virginia head coach Augie Busch has been named the 2016 Virginia women’s coach of the year.
Virginia swimming and diving head coach Augie Busch announced Tuesday (June 2) that Alex Albracht (Mission Hills, Kansas) and Murat Yildirim (Istanbul, Turkey) have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Cavalier men for the 2015-16 season.