Our #1-ranking votes are no longer unanimous after a fast fall season for several top programs. The uncertainty after the top two also continues.
Swim fans got their first look at two of the top ranked recruiting classes in the nation, as the Cavaliers split up for their annual intrasquad meet.
Third-year head coach Todd DeSorbo has been landing some big recruiting classes, and this year’s freshmen should bring in the sprint chops the Wahoos need.
Our top four classes include three perennial NCAA title contenders… and one program you might not expect. Pictured: #2 overall recruit Jake Foster.
Brendan Burns takes over as our #1 swimmer in a class that should help college teams stock up their cupboards with free relay candidates for years to come.
The first prelims session of the meet kicks off this morning, featuring the 200 free, 100 breast, 50 back, 100 fly, and 400 IM.
The North Penn girls won their second straight PIAA Class 3A State Championship; meanwhile, the North Allegheny won their third straight amidst a record-breaking boys meet.
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Charlotte Hook was just six tenths off of the 200 fly NAG record this morning with a 1:56.63.
Brothers Carson (200 backstroke) and Jake Foster (200 breaststroke) of Mason Manta Rays each claimed top seeds on day 4 prelims in Greensboro.
Jake Foster and Alex Walsh each lead two events at Friday’s prelims session of the 2018 Winter Junior Championships – East.
Gretchen Walsh (above) is the top seed this weekend in both the 50 free and 100 free.
Ryan Vipavetz broke the NCSA meet record with a 1:59.62 swim in the men’s 200 fly.
Konnar Klinksiek of Smithson Valley High School and Alamo Area Aquatic Association has verbally committed to swim for the University of Virginia in 2019-20.
The Class of 2019 isn’t an immediate-impact class on the men’s side, but it’s loaded with fast-rising talents.