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.
Santa Margarita was named the girl’s winner of NISCA’s All-Time Dual Meet Challenge after facing off against Fossil Ridge, Baylor, and Harpeth Hall.
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.
This is perhaps the best recruiting class we’ve ever ranked, with instant-impact swimmers in back, breast and fly. World record-holder Regan Smith sits #1.
Cal commit Mia Kragh followed her best time in the 100 fly on Friday with another best time in the 200 fly on Saturday at the Carlsbad Sectionals.
After winning the 200 IM title on Thursday by a tenth, Isabelle Stadden will race the 100 back as the top seed on Friday morning.
Mia Ristic has announced her verbal commitment to Indiana University for 2020-21. Her twin sister Ella has also committed to the Hoosiers’ class of 2024.
Brea Aquatics 15-year-old Justina Kozan is the top seed in the women’s 200 free for tonight’s A final, where she’ll battle four other women who posted 2:01’s.
Rye Ulett is the top seed tonight in a crowded 100 back final at Junior Nationals. The third seed is older sister Tristen Ulett.
Friday morning will consist of heats of women’s and men’s 200 free, 200 breast, and 100 back.
Reicherter is part of a backstroke heavy class joining a Hoosiers team that won a Big Ten Championship with only two backstroke scoring swims.
St. Margarita junior and IU commit Ella Ristic helped lead the team to the title, earning two individual titles of her own, and helping the 200 free relay to victory as well.
Brooke Schaffer is top qualifier in the 50 free and 100 free for Saturday’s final at 2019 CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships.