Rhyan White helped lead the Alabama women to a surprise #1 ranking with 237 NCAA points out of the high school class of 2018.
Despite only swimming in two NCAA meets, Taylor Ruck scored the most points out of our top-20 recruits from the high school class of 2018.
Earning lifetime bests, Alex Shackell and Charlotte Crush finished up the 100 fly finals as some of the fastest swimmers at their ages in history.
The 2016 U.S. Open was held right before the Rio 2016 Olympics for swimmers that *just* missed the team. Some standout names from that meet are now Olympians.
Katie Ledecky? Missy Franklin? Regan Smith? Who is the top NCAA swimming prospect of the past decade? We rank our top 50 since 2012.
Merrell, who was expected to make her collegiate debut this season, confirmed she will undergo surgery and sit out the year.
There’s a lot of agreement among rankers with the top four teams. After that… not so much. Stanford chases four straight NCAA titles this spring.
Last year was Georgia’s worst NCAA finish since 1983. But with no graduated scorers and a great freshman class coming in, UGA is poised to bounce back.
LeVant confirmed that he will swim at Worlds later this summer after sitting out NCAAs and WUGs.
After taking time off to focus on her physical and mental health, Eva Merrell expects to return to racing this fall at the University of Georgia.
Palo Alto’s Sloane Reinstein bets on Georgia’s renowned 200 freestyle tradition to continue developing her mid-distance talents.
Merrell, taking a redshirt year to focus on her mental and physical health, wants to open up the discussion.
Stanford still leads handily with unanimous #1 votes, but the trio behind them are as close as can be.
As in previous years, SwimSwam’s Power Rankings are somewhere between the CSCAA-style dual meet rankings and a pure prediction of NCAA finish order….
Courtney Harnish swept the 200, 500 and 1000 freestyle events for the second straight dual meet as the Georgia Bulldogs swept South Carolina at home.