A jury has officially found former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner guilty of three felony sexual assault charges from January of 2015.
The trial for former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner wrapped up Monday, with the jury beginning their deliberations Tuesday about the sexual assault allegations brought against the 20-year-old.
The sexual assault trial involving former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner continued this week, with Turner himself testifying and saying the woman accusing him of the assault was conscious and consented to sexual contact.
The victim of an alleged sexual assault involving former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner testified in court this week, recounting what she remembers from the January 2015 incident.
Tanner Kurz led a big morning for Indiana, taking the top seed with a blistering 52.07 in the 100 breast.
Kentucky’s swimming and diving teams will look to further improve under third year head coach Lars Jorgensen at the 2016 Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships hosted by the University of Missouri on Feb. 16-20 in Columbia, Mo.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers broke 13 pool records, including 6 from senior Lauren Votava, to sweep a two-day triangular with Denver and Brigham Young in Denver.
Ryan Lochte dolphin-kicked his way to 3 of SwimSwam’s 12 most popular news articles in 2015.
The preliminary hearing saw testimony from the alleged victim and a witness, and also saw two of five charges against Turner dropped.
In the men’s 100 breast prelims, Liam Bell dropped his time to within striking range of Reece Whitley’s 13-14 NAG record.
Brittney Usinger (Sr., Acalanes, Harvard commit) posted a 52.58 in her 100 butterfly prelim, breaking the old NCS 100 record, previously held by the great Celina Li.
Granada High School’s Maxime Rooney won two individual events at the 2015 EBAL Championships.
Former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner has entered a plea of not guilty on 5 felony rape charges on Monday at…
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