Three of the top contenders will look to star freshmen to power their programs to the top of the podium at the final event of the NCAA Championships.
The very first event of the 2014 NCAA Championships will go a long way in telling who showed up to swim and who doesn’t look ready for the bright lights and intense pressure of a national championship final. Look for top-seeded Georgia to set the tone early.
The women’s fifty free hasn’t seen this much speed in a while and it could by anybody’s race Thursday night.
Lindsay Gendron won three key races for the Volunteers, and for the second-straight year, they’ve upset an SEC rival on the team’s senior day.
The Vols put on a show against top-ranking opponents Missouri and Virginia Tech in a double dual in Knoxville, TN on Saturday.
NCAP’s Janet Hu has broken a tie for the NAG Record in the girls’ 17-18 50 yard freestyle.
The lady Volunteers closed out the win over FGCU and the Georgia Tech men won at home on day three of the Georgia Tech Invitational.
Matt Kredich has his Volunteer freshmen and sophomores swimming very well early this season.
Of all the exciting things that came from Tennessee in the 2012-2013 season, Molly Hannis may have been the most exciting.
Tennessee’s 2013 Women’s NCAA Champions in the 200 Freestyle Relay stand out amongst the field in speed but also in technique.
The Volunteers and Hoosiers both picked up Indiana Natives with verbal commitments.
Neal struggled a little at US World Trials, but the 2012 Olympian is excited about the college season ahead at Stanford. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Zane Grothe, Danny Tucker, and Sebastien Rousseau starred on the first night of the 2013 U.S. Open Championships. (Stock Photo of Grothe: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
SwimMAC Carolina earns this week’s honor as their NAG Record stood out among a slew of them. (Photo Courtesy: John Fedena)
Lauren Rhodes, Maria Sheridan, Meija Roses, and Faith Johnson, seen here with their SwimMAC Coaches, broke a NAG Record that was only two weeks old. (Photo: David Marsh)