Henry Schutte, just a junior, blasted one of the fastest 50 free splits in a high school meet ever, and broke the state record in the 50 free.
The University of the Pacific Tigers have officially announced that they will be adding Clay Youngquist to their swimming program. Youngquist…
Michael Phelps was overheard tonight saying that he will not be swimming the 200 free this week.
Here is why the Americans shouldn’t be worried about taking six swimmers in the relays to the Rio Games, even after the 400 free relay debacle of 2015.
Chase Kalisz churned out a 4:11.51 in the 400 IM tonight, moving himself up to 4th in this year’s World Rankings. His previous season best was a 4:14.64 from Arena Pro Swim in Austin.
David Nolan comes into the first finals session as the top seed in both the 100 free and 100 fly.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Phelps and Bowman discussed their plan to attempt to qualify for the Olympic 4×200 free relay with his swim at the Longhorn Elite Invite.
Joseph Schooling threw down a 44.98 in the 100 fly prelims, the fastest time in the NCAA.
Winning the team’s third gold medal of the day, the United States’ relay combined to win the men’s 4×200 freestyle relay with a 7:10.82.
Maddy Schaefer has been pulled from the roster for the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea.
SwimSwam was a fly-on-the-wall for a University of Texas Longhorns “meters test practice” Wednesday, April 1st.
2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 2 Finals: Cordes 4-peats 100 breast, Licon knocks off Kalisz in 400 IM
Arizona’s Kevin Cordes finished his college career undefeated at the NCAA Championships in the 100 breast, winning his fourth consecutive title on night 2.
Texas coach Eddie Reese has plenty of options for his relays this week, as the Longhorns go after their first team championship since 2010.
The three swimmers above all return from the Trojans’ title-winning 800 free relay last year in hopes to defend their crown.
There’s not a hotter team in the nation right now than the Texas Longhorns, led in part by resurgent sophomore Jack Conger.