MacNeil used otherworldly underwaters to power to her new best time. She’s currently over three-tenths better than any other female 50 backstroker ever.
Only Michigan junior Maggie MacNeil has been faster than White in history (23.05), as the Alabama junior surpasses Rachel Bootsma’s 23.36.
Hall of Fame Swim Coach Bob Gillett passed away this morning in Phoenix, Arizona after suffering a heart attack. Gillett…
Shortly after setting a new Meet Record in the 100 fly, Hu returned to the pool to set another Pac-12 Meet Record in the 100 back.
The Cal women have some of the top names in college swimming that makes up a fantastic roster and undoubtedly…
Leave it to the University of Georgia Diving Coach Dan Laak to do a graceful victory celebration dive at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships.
Studly backstroker , and underwater swimmer (and flyer) Cindy Tran had an amazing night – “I was proud of it…
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The 100 fly could go any number of ways over the top 16 – Ellese Zalewski and Dani Barbiea come in tied for the top seed after big November performances.
The women’s 100 backstroke field, which includes 2011 and 2012 NCAA champion Cindy Tran, is the deepest and fastest we’ve ever seen.
Missy Franklin won 3 events, but Stanford swam away with a decisive victory less than 2 weeks out of the Pac-12 Championships.
USC’s Kendyl Stewart was in top form on Friday, as were most of her teammates as the Trojans looked strong against the top-ranked Cal women.
Chuck Katis swam his first meet as a Golden Bear on Friday, and walked away with a win in the 200 breaststroke.
Katie Ledecky tore the old American record to pieces in the 1650, going an insane 15:15.17 to open up the night.
Teammates Liz Pelton and Missy Franklin will go head-to-head tonight in the 200 back final.