Senior Siobhan Haughey leads a Michigan team that has steadily risen through the NCAA ranks over the pas five seasons.
In this video, Natalie Fahey, the first openly transgender woman to swim at the NCAA DI level, talks about her plans to transition thisB coming season while competing in men’s swimming.
We ranked Stanford’s class #1 back in the summer of 2014, and guess what? They delivered. Top-10 prospects Simone Manuel, Janet Hu (pictured), Ally Howe and Lindsey Engel averaged 100 individual NCAA points just between the four of them. That means without even considering relays, that quartet could have placed inside the top 15 at NCAAs every year of their career.
Each summer, college swimming fans look forward to recruiting – the lifeblood of any NCAA swim program. Since 2012, we’ve…
After becoming the 6th fastest performer ever with her time from prelims, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson is the top seed for the 200 back, but she’ll be up against Cal’s defending NCAA champ Kathleen Baker.
Michigan senior G Ryan took first out of the first four heats of the 1650, going 15:50.95 in the final race of their collegiate career.
Rose Bi and G Ryan both had “off” swims in the 500 on Thursday, and Beryl Gastaldello placed 5th in the 50 free and anchored Texas’ 400 medley relay.
Stanford’s Katie Ledecky (500 free), Simone Manuel (50 free), and Ella Eastin (200 IM) are chasing their own records today as the Cardinal swimmers hold the NCAA Records in all 3 individual races.
Mallory Comerford is one of four 4:35’s coming into the 2018 NCAA Championships in the 500 free, behind Katie Ledecky’s 4:26.
Katie Ledecky became the first woman to break 9:00 in the 1000 last year, and she’s poised to make history yet again in the 1650.
The Michigan Wolverines took the crown at the 2018 B1G Women’s Championships, dominating the meet with 1,465 points.
The win was Penn State’s first 1650 title since 1994.
Indiana’s Lilly King is looking to defend her 200 IM title for the conference-leading Indiana Hoosiers
Lilly King was a key member of Indiana’s record breaking 200 medley relay on night 1.
Fresh off its first undefeated dual-meet slate in 20 years, the No. 3-ranked University of Michigan women’s swimming and diving team enters the postseason this week at the Big Ten Championships, held Wednesday through Saturday (Feb. 14-17) at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion in Columbus, Ohio.