Katie Glavinovich of Aquazot Swim Club and JSerra Catholic High School in Southern California has made a verbal commitment to Stanford University’s class of 2021.
Tomorrow the best swimmers in the world will begin competition in the 9th and final stop on the 2016 FINA World Cup in Hong Kong.
The queens of recruiting the past few seasons, Stanford was having a quiet fall of 2016 – that is, until tonight when the team nabbed 2 of the top 20 recruits nationwide, with #12 Ashley Volpenhein joining #4 Brooke Forde, on whom we reported earlier tonight.
The rich get richer. The presumptive 2016-2017 NCAA favorites from Stanford have added their biggest commitment yet in the high…
USA Swimming has announced a roster of 13 18-and-under swimmers who will travel to the 2016 FINA World Cup stops…
Watch Marie-Sophie Harvey and the rest of the winners on the final day of competition at 2016 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Maui.
Watch all the races from Day 2 finals at Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Maui.
In the first event of the evening American Isabel Ivey won her second medal of the competition taking the women’s 100 freestyle in a time of 54.95…
In the men’s 100 free, Australia’s Jack Cartwright raced to the top seed for finals with the only sub-49 swim of the morning. Cartwright posted a 48.91 to drop over half a second from his seed time.
Team USA has named Margaret Aroesty, Cassidy Bayer, Broke Forde, Sean Grieshop and Ryan Hoffer as its captains for the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, per a tweet from USA Swimming.
One of the notable swims on the women’s side was the 100 fly, which saw UNC’s Hellen Moffitt swim to a convincing win. Moffitt posted the only sub-1:00 of the evening to win in 59.13.
NC State’s Alexia Zevnik won a tight race in the women’s 100 back to highlight day 2 finals at the Speedo Sectionals meet in Greensboro. Zevnik turned in a time of 1:01.28 for the win.
For the second straight year, it’s a York YMCA swimmer atop our girls high school recruiting rankings. Last year it was Meghan Small, this time it’s Courtney Harnish (pictured) holding the top value on the recruiting market.
23 American swimmers aged 17 and under, including Claire Adams (pictured above) would have scored points in the ‘A’ or ‘B’ finals at this weekend’s 2016 Women’s NCAA Division I Championships.
Sacred Heart (women) and St. Xavier (men) both swam away with Kentucky State High School team titles over the weekend.