Ohio State won its first women’s Big Ten swimming & diving title in two decades last year, and a deep group of returners make them the favorites to repeat.
We kick off our expanded rankings of the incoming freshman classes for NCAA swimming & diving with our 13th- through 16th-ranked programs.
We’re expanding our NCAA swimming & diving recruiting class ranks this year, counting down the top 16 classes of freshmen entering the NCAA next fall.
U.S. Olympian Tom Shields, a California postgrad, has scratched out of his signature 100 fly. Shields, however, will still swim the 200 free.
With her lifetime bests, she would rank #2 all-time in the mile and #3 all-time in the 500 free on Rutgers’ historical list.
Reynolds hit the wall in 15:41.73, significantly dropping from his previous best of 15:52.22.
No other 16-year-old has been under 23 in the United States this year, and only Michael Andrew has been faster in the 18 & under range.
Terrapin Swim Club’s Andrei Minakov, 16, came within two tenths of his 100 fly 15-16 national age group record Saturday.
Kenisha Liu (Brea Aquatics) has won 4 events through 2 days of competition.
Cathryn Salladin (above) won the 1000 free at the Carlsbad Sectionals for the 2nd-straight year.
IMer/breaststroker Marianne Allard has verbally committed to the Crimson Tide for 2018-19.
Ashley Voelkerding of St. Ursula Academy and Cincinnati Marlins has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Alabama for 2018-19.
Julia Cullen, a senior at The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida, has announced her intent to swim for the University of Alabama in 2018-19.
Illinois breaststroker/sprinter Emily Graham has announced via social media that she has given her verbal commitment to the University of Alabama for the 2018-19 season.
Rhyan White of Cottonwood High School and Wasatch Front Fish Market has verbally committed to swim at the University of Alabama in 2018-19.