Mansfield Aquatic Club backstroker Shawn Mohseni has committed to Texas A&M’s class of 2026.
Two-time defending NCAA Champion in the 100 breast Max McHugh had as good of a shot as anyone as cracking the top two in that race at next week’s Trials.
Bobby Finke’s 100 NCAA points helped push the Florida Gators to the top of the 2018 recruiting class scoring rankings after four seasons.
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After being 9th at 2019 SECs in the 200 back right after his cancer diagnosis, Ethan Gogulski’s story came full circle when he was second in the event today.
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks will have all eyes on him in the men’s 100 freestyle after becoming the fastest freshman in the 50 free earlier in the meet.
Urlando held the fastest time in the NCAA before Nicolas Albiero swam at ACC Champs. The Alabama women broke another SEC record with fast reaction times.
With only 2 nights of racing left to go at the 2022 SEC Championships, the Florida men and Tennessee women seem to be too far ahead of the field to catch.
Texas A&M rolled to a second consecutive sweep on Friday against SMU, sending out its senior class in style with a pair of dominant victories at home.
The USC Trojans continued their dominance during Day 2 Finals of the 2021 Art Adamson Invitational. The men and women won all four relays during the session.
The USC graduate transfer was a lifetime best 51.63 in prelims on Thursday, but he didn’t stop there.
USC is dominating the invitational overall, with Trent Pellini’s 51.63 100 breast among the school’s top swims so far.
After going 19.14 in prelims, and 19.30 on the 200 free relay, Curry popped his third-fastest time ever in finals in College Station.
Senior Koko Bratanov will be heavily relied upon this season by the Aggies after the abrupt departure of Shaine Casas one month ago.
Miller climbed the rankings in the 15-16 400 free, while Lucas entered the top-20 all-time performers in the 15-16 400 IM.