Buffalo Area Aquatic Club’s Rachel Martin has announced her commitment to Loyola University Maryland in the class of 2024.
Under longtime head coach Brian Loeffler, the Greyhounds swim team has had a worldwide impact far beyond what one might typically expect from a mid-major team.
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Mark Shoemaker of Memorial High School and Dads Club Swim Team in Houston, Texas has verbally committed to swim for Loyola University Maryland next fall.
Lauren Buchter broke the record for the most Patriot League titles by one swimmer, tallying a total of 21 over her collegiate career.
The men’s 100 breast and 100 fly records came down in the finals session.
We spoke with the NCAA about why some teams have two conference championship meets.
Update: new pre-selection psych sheets have been posted. Still no response from the NCAA. The head coach of a team…
The U.S. Naval Academy men and women both claimed ECAC titles on the weekend.
Navy Sweeps Patriot Leagues
Emma Levendoski completed a perfect sweep of all eight backstroke titles during her four years of Patriot League Championships with a 1:56.90 win in the women’s 200 back on Saturday.
Chris Devlin of Bucknell broke the Patriot League record, winning the men’s 400 IM in 3:49.04.
Madalyn Myers and Ben Cono each won two events for Loyola University Maryland as the Greyhounds wrapped up the second of two days of competition against American University to open the 2015-2016 season.
Ben Cono, the fastest 200 breaststroker on the ACC Championship North Carolina State squad last season, will transfer to Loyola-Maryland.
Coach Holloway. “We set up our recruiting goals and we feel this class falls right into place with what we were trying to achieve. We feel all these men fit in to the Wolfpack program very well and each have a role to help us advance at the NCAA level and work towards an ACC title.“
North Carolina State’s Braden Holloway is having a whale of a recruiting season. (Seen above with coaches Frank Degrazia, left, and John Pisano, right).