NAIA National Champion Caroline Lepesant says that she drew inspiration from swimmers’ need for her CARO 2.0 line.
The SCAD Women’s Swimming & Diving Team received their NAIA National Championship Rings on Saturday, December 3rd, during the final…
SCAD Savannah won the national NAIA championship for the first time since 2010 at the Columbus Aquatic Center over the weekend.
SwimSwam’s images from the pool deck on Day One of 2016 NAIA National Swimming and Diving Championships in Columbus, Georgia.
The Bees of SCAD Savannah are in first place in the women’s meet after two days of swimming and diving at 2016 NAIA Nationals in Columbus, Georgia.
Biola sophomore Lisa Tixier was the top qualifier in the women’s 100 fly on Day 2 of NAIA Nationals in Columbus, Georgia.
SCAD Savannah women lead after the first day of competition at the 2016 NAIA National Championships in Columbus, Georgia.
Tiffany Ray posted the morning’s top time in the women’s 200 IM on Day 1 of NAIA Nationals in Columbus, Georgia.
The 2016 NAIA National Swimming and Diving Championships begin on Wednesday, March 2 at the Columbus Aquatic Center in Columbus, Georgia.
Andrew Greenhalgh of Johns Hopkins won a decisive victory in the 1650 free on the final day of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
Sofia Petrenko of Wingate took down the BMC meet record in the 200 IM on Day Two of the 2016 BMC Championships.
Patri Castro Ortega lowered her own NCAA Division II record in the 200 free to 1:44.44 leading off Queens University of Charlotte’s 800 free relay on Day One of the BMC Championships.
SCAD’s Joel Ax won the 1650 free on Day One of the 2015 SCAD Invite in Savannah, Georgia.
Swimmers have a language unto themselves. The way we talk to each other is different from the way we talk to our non-swimmer friends. Here are ten examples…
Abbey Weitzeil dominated the women’s 100m free to open the California-Nevada Summer Sectional meet, winning by well over two body lengths.