Head coach Whitney Hite and alums Ivy Martin and Michael Weiss will all be in Kazan, Russia, for swimming events that run Aug. 2-9.
Phelps Phelps Phelps. He’s 30 now, but will be looking to add more hardware to his collection of Olympic Medals which is now 22-deep.
After it excelled both in and out of the pool this season, the Wisconsin women’s swimming and diving team was recognized as a Scholar All-America Team by the College Swimming Coaches of Association of America (CSCAA) on Tuesday.
Swimmers and diving athletes Jordan Wilimovsky, Ivy Matin, Jessica Parrato, and Steele Johnson were nominated for the 2015 Big Ten Athlete of the Year award.
Katinka Hosszu won the 200 fly and 100 back on day 3, and added a fourth-place finish in the 400 free to a busy, but lucrative day in Santa Clara.
Michael Phelps will race 5 events at the Santa Clara Grand Prix, including one shocking swap.
2015 NCAA 50 free runner-up Ivy Martin has been named the University of Wisconsin’s female athlete of the year.
“I really trust A3’s vision. I feel very comfortable racing and training in their gear and I believe their support will contribute to my success,” said Martin.
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Simone Manuel’s American 100 free record was broken by high schooler Abbey Weitzeil in December. Will Manuel take it back at NCAAs?
Lia Neal, a 2012 Olympian, led off Stanford’s NCAA-leading 400 free relay in a 47.55, which is close to her life time best of 47.16 from the individual 100 free.
The young star Manuel (above) has catapulted herself on the international scene– can she back that up with NCAA greatness?
Rachel Bootsma (left) and Missy Franklin (middle) look to be key pieces to a possible Golden Bear trophy in the 200 free relay.
Conger is now the only swimmer other than the most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, to go under 1:40 in both the 200 yard fly and the 200 yard backstroke. He can swim it all, and the decision to swim the 200 fly at NCAAs still hasn’t been made.
Courtney Bartholomew was all smiles at the ACC Championships, but that smile could be making American history in a few weeks given her conference performances.