Princeton freshman Eleanor Sun set a new program record in the women’s 200 IM during the Big Al Invite, adding a win in the 400 IM (4:06.07) for the Tigers.
Sophomore Amy Riordan has (likely) qualified for her first NCAA Championship meet after breaking South Carolina’s school record in the 200 free on Friday.
2023 D3 Swimmer of the Year Tanner Filion (pictured) transferred to Notre Dame this season and logged a personal best at his first meet of the season.
Three pool records fell as both UNC teams opened their seasons with victories over Queens for the third consecutive year.
The addition of all-arounder Kathryn Hazle provides a big boost to Cal’s recruiting class for the 2023-24 season.
The junior trio of Olivia Nel, Skyler Smith (pictured) and Greer Pattison will play critical roles in the pool for UNC with Grace Countie graduating.
USA Swimming did not sponsor a team to head to Chengdu, China. Instead, the athletes self-funded their trip. Swimming begins August 1st.
Gkogkosi will join an Asheville program that qualified it’s first swimmer for the NCAA Championships during the 2022-2023 season.
Meet the 22 mid-major swimmers qualified for women’s NCAAs, including FIU’s Christie Chue (pictured), who finished 14th in the 200 breast last year.
The Queens men extended their lead on day two of the CCSA Championships thanks in part to a trio of CCSA Conference Records.
The 2023 CCSA Swimming & Diving Championships kicked off Wednesday in Knoxville, TN.
Delaney Carlton led the way for Asheville’s swimmers in a 233.5-119.5 win over Georgia Southern over the weekend, logging five first-place finishes.
Florida Gulf Coast University’s Wiktoria Czarnecka was named CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while Maddie Freece and Delaney Carlton were also recognized.
Florida Gulf Coast University’s Wiktoria Czarnecka has been named the CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Year.
A 1-2-3 finish in the 200 free and a 1-2-3-4 finish in the 400 IM (above) more-than-doubled Liberty’s lead on day 2 of the CCSA Women’s Championships.