2009 NCAA Coach of the Year Brett Hawke has resigned.
“I had to just see what’s beyond the thing I’ve been doing,” says 28-year-old Bruno Fratus on his recent coaching change.
After an opening month in which it played host to four teams over three home meets, the Auburn swimming and diving program is on the road for the first time this weekend, traveling to South Carolina for a Saturday dual meet in Columbia.
“Swimming it’s not just something I do,” says Brazilian Olympic sprinter Bruno Fratus.
With his 18.93 morning 50 freestyle swim, sophomore Zach Apple became the first American to clock a sub-19-second time in Auburn University program history.
Cesar Cielo is returning to Pinheiros, the club under which he set his still-standing world record.
It will be a battle of two SEC powerhouse programs when Auburn and Florida meet in the final swimming and…
The Auburn men’s swimming & diving team has signed Olympian Santiago Grassi to their program in Alabama, and he’ll be joining…
One of Brazil’s best young sprinters is considering an NCAA pathway in the next year, according to an interview with…
The Auburn Tigers have hired Kirk Grand as a full-time assistant coach for the program, which is a promotion after three years of working as a volunteer assistant.
The Auburn Tigers will face one of the toughest regular-season schedules in the country in 2016-2017.
Brazil has announced its coaching and technical staff for the upcoming 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Auburn coach Brett Hawke has been named an assistant coach for the Brazilian Olympic team, the school announced on Twitter today.
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.
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.