Indiana’s Lilly King will be chasing her own records in tonight’s 100 breaststroke final.
2014 NCAA Champion Brooklynn Snodgrass is back for IU after taking a redshirt year during the 2015-16 season.
Kierra Smith won both breaststroke races and punched her ticket to Rio after taking the year off from the University of Minnesota to pursue her Olympic dreams.
The women’s backstroke scene arguably displays the most overall depth in Canadian swimming. In both events there are at least two athletes entering with seeds under the FINA ‘A’ time meaning it’s likely Canada will be able to send two athletes in each stroke discipline. With young talent mixing with more seasoned swimmers, the backstroke races will be some of the fastest races at trials.
Danielle Galyer has made Kentucky Wildcast history in the women’s 200 backstroke final on Saturday.
15 year old Rebecca Smith picked up wins in the 50 freestyle and 200 IM bringing her win total to eight…
The Indiana University women’s swimming and diving team will head north to Ann Arbor, Michigan this week looking to win the program’s sixth conference title at the Big Ten Championships this week.
2014 NCAA 200 back champion Brooklynn Snodgrass will take an Olympic redshirt season in 2015-2016, sitting out of the NCAA schedule to prepare for Canada’s Olympic Trials.
17-year-old Markus Thormeyer took the title in come-from-behind fashion with a time of 50.21 seconds, beating Pan Am Games teammate Stefan Milosevic, racing for UBC Dolphin Association.
Jason Block won men’s 200-meter breaststroke at the Canadian Swimming Championships on Thursday, posting a time that would have won the Canadian Team Trials this spring.
Twenty Indiana University swimmers and divers were honored as Scholar All-Americans for the 2014-15 season, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced this week.
Katie McLaughlin and Will Licon capped off the 2015 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions with a lifetime-best each en route to individual wins.
Swimming Canada Releases Psych Sheets For Trials; Almost 200 Foreign Entries Made Of Mostly American College Swimmers
Swimming Canada released the psych sheet for the 2015 Canadian Swimming Trials which will be the selection meet for the Canadian World Championship team, Pan Am team, and World University Games team.
Cal’s Rachel Bootsma (left), Missy Franklin (center) and Liz Pelton (right) are each on the hunt for one or more major records. Who else could be smashing history this week?
Elizabeth Pelton is the top seed in the 200 backstroke, an event which could see four or more swimmers under the 1:50 barrier.