The Mustangs return to the pool on Thursday as they take on Texas A&M and Tennessee on the campus of A&M in College Station.
SMU won 5 of 9 swimming events, 2 diving events, and 2 relays to top the visiting Owls on Friday.
The Colombian Swimming Federation announced their 11 athlete roster for the 2014 South American Championships…
Seven swimmers competing in eight different countries earned numerous medals and had record-setting performances to make 2014 a successful summer for the Mustang women’s swimming and diving program.
The SMU men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs have earned the inaugural Team Academic Excellence Award for their respective…
The Mustangs posted 18 individual `B’ standard times and four provisional relay times during the 2013-14 season.
Tanja Kylliainen was a high point for the dominant Cardinals, winning the 200 IM in 1:56.34 to annihilate the old pool record.
Tanja Kylliainen and the loaded Louisville Cardinals host the brand-new conference’s first-ever championships.
SMU heads to College Station for a Saturday Dual Meet.
SMU is receiving votes in the latest version of the NCAA/CSCAA rankings. The Mustangs started the season with a third place finish at the UNT Relays, followed by a fifth place performance at the SMU Classic. Most recently, the team dropped a pair of dual meets at Rice and Houston. FEATURED IMAGE: Nina Rangelova.
The Cali, Colombia, native led SMU at Rice on Friday evening with a record-setting performance in the 100-yard backstroke. Arcila finished in a time of 56.41 to break the previous record, which was set by fellow Mustang Therese Svendsen in 2011.
The 2013 edition of the annual SMU Classic meet was an absolute classic, thanks in part to Tanja Kylliainen.
SMU Women are back and ready to compete at the SMU Classic this weekend. Seniors Isabella Arcila and Nina Rangelova (featured image) and juniors Monika Babok and Nathalie Lindborg earned All-America honors for their performances in the 200-yard and 400-yard freestyle events at the 2013 NCAA Championships.
The men’s 50 freestyle final will see five Olympians battle it out for the top spot Anthony Ervin, Cullen Jones, Marcelo Chierighini, Ricky Berens and Tyler…
Nobody even sniffed Katie Ledecky in the 800 free as she closed the meet with a world-leading 8:20. (File Photo from Olympic Trials: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)