DeVine hinted at more specific mistreatment he says he faced as a member of the Stanford swim program, and referenced punishments by USA Swimming & Stanford.
Abrahm DeVine told Stanford’s student newspaper that he drank at a Team USA meet, but stands by his claims that he was alienated by a homophobic culture.
Do Regan Smith’s World Records upend Simone Manuel’s absolute medal haul and individual heroics? Let the debate rage on.
Spoiler alert: there’s only one nominee for Male Swimmer of the Year.
The defending NCAA champion Stanford Cardinal women will return to the Art Adamson Invite at Texas A&M rather than the Ohio State Invite.
Stanford (and Team USA) head coach Greg Meehan is proving he knows how to handle choppy waters, even when things don’t go according to plan with his stars.
Three-time world champion Katie Ledecky will not get the opportunity to defend her 1500 title in Gwangju, as she’s pulled out of the race with illness.
Katie Ledecky non ci sarà ai blocchi di partenza della finale dei 1500 metri stile libero femminili per problemi di salute
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Chitwood, best known for his success with Olympic distance swimmer Leah Smith, will join Ray Looze’s staff in Bloomington.
Greg Meehan and Dave Durden have been tabbed as the head’s women’s and men’s coaches for the 2019 USA World Championships team.
Both Chitwood (center) and Botsford (right) joined Augie Busch’s staff when he was appointed head coach in August 2017.
Fresh off their 3rd-straight women’s NCAA Championships title, the Stanford Cardinal are this week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week.
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The 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships had some fantastic highlights. Hear these topics covered in our Top 25 (+1) Quotes from the media room at the 2019 NCAA Championships.