Olympians Delaney Schnell and Hailey Hernandez are among the 16 divers who are expected to compete for the United States.
Curry earned SEC Men’s Swimmer of the Year honors after winning a pair of individual national titles in the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Florida’s Leonardo Garcia qualified for NCAAs by placing eighth in the men’s 1-meter at the Zone B Championships in Atlanta.
UNC sophomore Aranza Vazquez Montano was one of 10 divers to punch their ticket to Women’s NCAAs on Sunday in Atlanta.
Tennessee freshman Ellen Walshe became the first swimmer to ever win the women’s 100 fly, 200 IM and 400 IM at the D1 conference level.
Night 1 of the 2022 men’s and women’s SEC Championships begins with the 200 medley and 800 freestyle relays, the women’s 1-meter, and the men’s 3-meter.
Tennessee got a big day 1 bump when Grace Cable qualified for the A-Final on the 1-meter springboard, where Alabama won’t score.
South Carolina’s Rafael Davila swept both the 1000 and 500 free on Saturday as the South Carolina men upset Missouri in South Carolina.
Georgia’s Jake Magahey, a sophomore from Dacula, Ga., finished his dual season with a win in the 1,650 freestyle (14:49.98) against Emory.
University of Georgia freshman Matt Sates figures to make a massive impact for the Bulldogs this season after joining the team from South Africa.
The South Carolina men defeated UNC-Wilimington 207-114 and the South Carolina women defeated UNC-Wilmington 238-91 on Saturday, January 15th.
Tennessee had five athletes earn SEC weekly honors, led by senior Lyubomir Epitropov and junior Anna-Julia Kutsch.
Four-Time NCAA Champion Sarah Bacon (Minnesota) earned her ticket to the 2022 World Championships after earning victory in the Women’s 1-Meter Finals.
Brooke Schultz completed her academic work at Arkansas this week, and she will now transfer to South Carolina for graduate school.
In 2017, Stanford hauled in five of our top 20 recruits. They backed that up over four years, leading the nation in scoring including the #1 overall scorer.