The versatile All-American, Shelly Drozda, has verbally committed to Indiana University for the 2015-2016 season.
Arvada, Colorado-native Mackenzie Atencio has made a verbal commitment to join the Indiana University’s women’s swimming and diving team starting with the 2015-16 season.
Lilly King will stay in-state next year with her verbal commitment to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Indiana head coach Ray Looze has filled a significant hole in his 2014-2015 lineup with the addition of a new freshman recruit from the U.K.
A man who revolutionized breaststroke has passed away today, a great loss for the Indiana University, Polish American, and Breaststroke communities alike.
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Indiana University head swimming coach Ray Looze previews the Hoosiers’ trip to the 2014 Big Ten Championships in Minneapolis, Minn.
Despite a tornado warning that delayed the start of the boys division championship game, the event was a great success with the boys of Vanguard winning their first Champions Cup crown and the girls of SOCAL earning gold for the fourth time in the last five years.
35-time World Champion, and 5-time Olympic Champion, Ryan Lochte headlines 111 swimmers on the 2013-2014 USA Swimming National Team. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
SwimSwam was provided the information below regarding the “assistant swimming coach” position at Indiana University.
Michigan Takes 5 of Top 6 Spots in 200 Free; Records Fall En Masse on Day 3 of Men’s Big Ten Championship
Michigan took 5 of the 6 spots in the men’s individual 200 freestyle on Friday evening. The pictures says it all (Photo Courtesy: Natalie Schumann)
Michael Wynalda became the 2nd Wolverine to Break the Big Ten Record in the 200 free at this meet. (Courtesy: University of Michigan)
Indiana’s Cody Miller, steps up for the 200 IM final (Photo Credit: Natalie Schumann)
College Swimming News: Coach Sergio Lopez wtih swimmer Ryan Murphy on National Letter of Intent signing day at the Bolles School Sharks. Murphy’s going to Cal. (Swim Photo Credit: TBS)
“LeBron James and Derek Jeter leapfrogged the NCAA monopoly. While in high school, however, neither had the global visibility or brand power Franklin now commands.” (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning)