Megan Sichterman has verbally committed to the Tennessee Vols for the 2017-18 season.
The Georgia Bulldogs enter Day 2 of NCAAs with a slight lead after Hali Flickinger, Kylie Stewart, Meaghan Raab, and Brittany MacLean (featured above) posted a 6:51.80 in last night’s 800 free relay timed finals.
Check out photos of the Tennesee Volunteers, who currently sit at second place in the women’s competition and sixth in the men’s, from this weekend’s SEC Championships. Pictured above: Sean Lehane.
Lady Vol senior Harper Bruens races uncontested going 6 for 6 wins in the two-day duel against the Crimson Tide.
Tennessee leads Alabama at their home pool on the first of a two-day long course dual meet.
Michael Chadwick of Mizzou posted a blistering 22.32 long course 50 freestyle this morning to grab the top seed.
2014-15 National Junior Teamer Erika Brown of SwimMAC Carolina has made a verbal commitment to University of Tennessee for 2016-17.
Tennessee hit some major adversity at the 2015 NCAA Championships, but a small graduating class and a big-time incoming transfer provide high hopes for 2016.
Steve Bultman has coached some fast swimmers down in College Station. One of them–freshman Beryl Gastaldello–may have made history last night.
Faith Johnson leads a retooled sprint crew while Molly Hannis continues to rise in the national breaststroke rankings for Tennessee.
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.
After losing by 37 last year, Louisville won by nearly the same margin this year against Tennessee.
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.
The Tennessee women were back in action on Friday night for the first time since their program-best 3rd place finish at NCAA’s last year.