Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske and Baylor Nelson from SwimMAC Carolina are the 2021 Swammy winners for the 17-18 age group.
Arizona State’s Grant House is one of the major reasons why the Sun Devils have surged up our most recent NCAA Men’s Power Rankings.
Tate Jackson makes his return to competition with the 100 free, having taken a five-month break from the water after receiving a one-month USADA suspension.
We should be in for a fun night of racing, including some fast relays, during the first final sessions of the 2021 Tennessee Invite.
Alex Walsh and the NCAA champion Virginia Cavaliers will host the University of Texas Longhorns in a two-day dual meet beginning Friday in Charlottesville.
UVA Freshman Gretchen Walsh took down the Cavalier pool record in the 100 fly which had previously belonged to her sister, and teammate, Alex.
Justina Kozan, the only athlete to qualify in four events (200 free; 200 fly; 200/400 IM), was named to the 2021-22 U.S. National Junior Team.
The Georgetown Hoyas traveled to Charlottesville and squared off against UVA in an unscored meet with its own unique twists.
A pair of sophomore sprint dynamos and strong relays has Virginia primed to build on last year’s 9th place finish at NCAAs.
USC commit Daniel Matheson is a massive get for the Trojans, with elite abilities across freestyle, butterfly and IM.
Just over one-third of readers picked top-ranked recruit Aiden Hayes to have the highest-impact freshman season among male freestyle sprinters.
See how we re-ranked the boys’ high class of 2022 as these swimmers enter the NCAA for their freshman seasons.
SwimAtlanta, Dynamo, Athens Bulldogs, Columbus Aquatic Club, and Spartans Aquatic Club were among the top performers at GA Senior States.
SwimAtlanta’s Gigi Johnson dropped 3 seconds from her lifetime best 200 free time to win the event after placing 2nd in the 100 breast with another best time.
Quicksilver Swimming’s Kailyn Winter, a class of 2025 Alabama commit, swam a lifetime best 50 free time of 25.61 in prelims and went on to win the event.