A number of Division I collegiate programs rolled through the Speedo Sectional meet in Geneva, Ohio, with the Indiana Hoosiers leading the way.
After some inattention to Illinois High School Association (IHSA) eligibility by-laws, it was discovered that two members of the Rock…
Nathan will be swimming the Pro maximum of 4 events: the 50, 100, 200 free and the 100 fly. Nathan is the fastest American ever in the 50 yard free (18.6) and 100 yard free (41.0).
Bohman: “I was ecstatic that A3 gave me the opportunity to represent such a great brand. I only expect great things from both myself and A3 Performance in the future.”
David Plummer won the A final, despite a not-so-good start, with a 24.82. Nick Thoman rolled in second, Shane Ryan…
Matt Grevers and Ashley Delaney both dipped under the meet record of 54.05, set by Cal’s Ryan Murphy in prelims, with 54.00 and 54.03, respectively.
Vote for fellow swimmers Chelsie Miller and Bryce Bohman, the only swimming and diving athletes nominated for Big 12 Athlete of the Year.
Fresh off a senior season that garnered him a pair of All-America honors, West Virginia Mountaineer Bryce Bohman has headed to the desert to join Tuscon Ford Dealers Aquatics for his summer training.
Texas senior Lily Moldenhauer won the women’s Big 12 Swimmer of the Year award.
USC’s Cristian Quintero is one of a bunch of men in hot pursuit of the 200 free title – Quintero cruised to a prelims heat win after taking the 500 free last night.
Michigan women lead by 4 at Ohio State with one day remaining, Buckeye men beat WVU, await Wolverine men tomorrow
Ohio State started strong, but the Wolverines battled back to take a 4-point lead into Saturday. Meanwhile, the Buckeye men beat up on West Virginia as they prepare for a battle with the Wolverines tomorrow.
Lily Moldenhauer was one of three Longhorns to earn weekly honors after a pair of dual meets with Auburn and Georgia.
The West Virginia men picked up a historic win on Saturday in Forth Worth, as did the TCU women.
Dani des Tombe had a big 100 free win for the Panthers, while the Pitt men overwhelmed with depth with an ensemble cast of winners.
The Michigan women swept all 12 races at the short course meters event, including two wins and a meet record from Marni Oldershaw.