In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!
The NFHS called the idea of profiting off NIL a “foregone conclusion,” but says that that process should not start athletes enroll at their new institution.
Cal’s class of rising seniors – led by sprinter Ryan Hoffer – is an elite group. But so are Stanford’s incoming freshmen, including flyer Andrei Minakov.
In the class-action suit, House says that NCAA NIL rules impact potentially Olympic-bound athletes more negatively than those in other sports.
House gives his in-depth analysis at how he’s grown under Bowman at ASU, why he decided to red-shirt, and what he’s gained over the last 3 years in Tempe.
St. Xavier was named the NISCA Boy’s All Time Dual Meet Champion after battling for the title with Baylor, Southlake Carroll, and North Allegheny.
Arizona State is set to get back two key swimmers who sat out last college season: All-American Grant House and Puerto Rican record-holder Jarod Arroyo.
In Olympic anticipation, the 2020 NCAA season was loaded with top talent taking gap years. But Olympic postponement will throw a wrench into those plans.
After breaking the 200 fly 17-18 National Age Group Record on Thursday, Regan Smith will take on the 200 back and 100 fly on Friday in Des Moines.
Caeleb Dressel comes into Thursday at the Des Moines PSS with the top seed in the men’s 100 free, one of the events in which he’s a two-time world champion.
The Cal Golden Bears are the heavy favorites to make it a threepeat at the 2020 Pac-12 Championships. Things could get interesting in the runner-up race.
This morning, the 200 free, 100 breast, 100 fly, and 400 IM will be contested at the first prelims session of the 2020 Pro Swim Series- Knoxville.
The women’s 200 free will feature a collision between Stanford training partners Katie Ledecky, who won the 400 free on Thursday, and Simone Manuel, who won the 100.
National Teamer Ella Eastin (above) has scratched the 400 free on Thursday to focus on the 100 breaststroke and 200 butterfly instead.
After a 49.5 butterfly in short course yards last month, Michigan/Canada flyer Maggie MacNeil could be targeting the U.S. Open record in meters this week.