Just a week out from the ISL’s first competition, Cali Condors member Meghan Small swam to new best SCY times in the 100 fly and 200 breast.
The addition of Lia Neal, who swam for the New York Breakers last season, brings the Condors back to the maximum allowed 16 women for the 2020 ISL season.
While Molly Hannis was the prominent figure in this group for years, the group has seen a huge increase recently from graduations as well as relocations
Almost half of voters picked Abbey Weitzeil as the top NCAA-to-ISL newcomer this year. She hasn’t yet publicly signed with an ISL franchise.
4 of the best ‘new pros’ from the 2020 NCAA senior class have announced their decision to sign with the Cali Condors of the ISL.
Simone Manuel is the defending Olympic champ and two-time defending World champ in the 100 free, originally scheduled for today at U.S. Olympic Trials.
In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!
We know what she can do in backstroke, but what could happen if Regan Smith swims the butterfly events at Trials? It’s something worth getting hyped over.
Brown led the Lady Vols to their first-ever SEC title in 2020, while winning seven medals – six gold and one silver – at the SEC Championships.
Almost half of voters picked the Tennessee women as preseason favorites to repeat as SEC champs in 2021. No other team got more than 21% of the votes.
Brown, the 2020 SEC Swimmer of the Year, is a member of the Class of 2020, and will make an appearances on YouTube’s star-studded celebration event.
Six of these eight Roadmaps women have won the Olympic or World 50 free title in their career. Who are they and who shows the most potential towards 2021?
Erika Brown was named Female Swimmer of the Year for the second straight season after winning six conference titles and leading the Vols to the team victory.
Brown breaks down the other ways she’s found to get better during her time out of the pool, including going on 3-4 mile runs daily in the morning
Tennessee’s Erika Brown, Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson, and Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil are the four finalists for the 2020 Honda Sport Award.