Coming off a breakout NCAA season at Notre Dame, Chris Guiliano will be one of three Irish swimmers representing the U.S. this summer in Chengdu.
Richardson and Dyer will lead the American team this summer in Chengdu, with swimmers currently being actively recruited to wear the Stars and Stripes.
UC Davis head women’s coach Matt Macedo announced the appointments of Carl Weigley as his assistant and Adrianna Contreras as a volunteer assistant.
NC State swimming and diving head coach Braden Holloway rounded out his staff with the addition of Carl Weigley as volunteer assistant coach.
The University of the Pacific swimming and diving program announce the hiring of Carl Weigley as assistant coach. Weigley has…
2016 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM TRIALS Sunday June 26th-Sunday July 3rd, 2016 Century Link Center – Omaha, Nebraska Friday-Sunday – Prelims – 11:00…
Abbey Weitzeil dominated the women’s 100m free to open the California-Nevada Summer Sectional meet, winning by well over two body lengths.
Fresno Pacific’s Wesley Coles qualified for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100 butterfly Friday.
Each representing one of California’s powerhouse college/pro swimming hubs, Vlad Morozov, Maya DiRado and Ryan Murphy each came down with a win on the second day of the Irvine Novaquatics Speedo Grand Challenge.
Barrington, Illinois 17-year-old Kirsten Jacobsen capped off a successful Iowa City Sectional meet with double wins on the final day, winning the shortest and longest events of the session.
Former California standout and current pro Sean Mahoney highlighted night 3 of the Iowa City Sectional meet, going 1:55.10 to win the 200 breast and helping the Terrapins 400 medley relay take gold.
USA Swimming’s Speedo Sectional meet in Iowa City saw two individual wins apiece from Tevyn Waddell and Danielle Herrmann, with Herrmann also adding a relay win.
Melanie Margalis and Celina Li, the #6 and #10 seeds in the women’s 200 breaststroke, were both scratches. Margalis has retained her entry in the 200 free.