The Olympic and world champion has finally made his yards debut after a successful summer, sweeping the distance events as Indiana cruised to victory.
After their most successful season since 2016, the #10 Auburn men look to keep their momentum rolling this season and hold their NCAA position.
Incoming Auburn freshman Nate Stoffle (pictured) is a high-end addition on backstroke for the Tigers.
USA Swimming has named 22 girls and 21 boys to the National Junior Team that will represent the U.S. at the 2021 FINA Swimming World Cup this fall.
Adriel Sanes has announced his intention to finish his remaining year of NCAA eligibility at Auburn beginning next fall.
Jacques Rathle of Crawfish Aquatics put up the 4th fastest time in the country this year in the 17-18 400 IM at the Louisiana SC State Meet.
Auburn commit Grant Davis along with several other members of the Chattahoochee Gold Swim Club swam best times during the teams intrasquad meet.
The 2020 Golden Peach Awards honor athletes, coaches, and volunteers for their efforts and services during the past season.
Olympic Trials qualifier Andrew Simmons from Dynamo Swim Club has announced his verbal commitment to Auburn University for 2021-22.
Colorado’s Fletcher Hayes has verbally committed to swim for Auburn University beginning in the 2021-22 season.
Grant Davis of the Chattahoochee Gold Swim Club in Georgia has verbally committed to the Auburn Tigers for the fall of 2021.
Fresh off hitting the qualifying time in the men’s 400 FR on Day 3, TAC Titans 15-year-old Braeden Haughey qualified for next Summer’s Trials in another event
Madison Murtagh, a rising Penn State sophomore, kicked off the meet by winning the women’s 800 free.
Jaqueline Turner took the women’s 100 free, breaking 1:00 for the first time ever with a 59.68.
17 year old Elizabeth Byrne won the women’s 400 free with a 4:27.96, marking nearly a full 10 second drop from her personal best of 4:37.62.