After blasting a 47.98 100m freestyle this morning, Chris Guiliano will look to challenge his best time of 41.48 in the SCY version of the event.
“Best of the Rest” backstroke Nate Thomas from River City Aquatics will swim for Louisville beginning in the 2025-26 school year.
UofL has been idle since Oct. 12 when the Cardinals split with the University of Tennessee in a tightly contested meet in Knoxville.
Tennessee senior Mona McSharry swept the 100-meter breaststroke (1:07.20) and 200 breast (2:28.73) to lead the Lady Vols past Louisville, 152-148.
SwimMAC Carolina teammates Clarke Neace and Santiago Alzate, both 15, each medaled in the 1500 free and set new personal best times.
The 400 IM gold medalist from the 2019 Pan-American Games and 2021 Olympian lead from start to finish winning by over 6 seconds.
Louisville swimmers came out swinging during the first night in Greensboro, but none more so than Jr. Paige Hetrick whose 50 time earned her an OT cut.
After swimming a personal best this morning, 16 year old Alex Shackell went even faster tonight in the 100 fly final.
Louisville sophomore Murilo Sartori jumped up in the season-best rankings with a 1:32.23 in this morning’s prelims at the Louisville Last Chance meet.
Loveland Swim Club’s Jake Eccleston has announced his commitment to the Louisville Cardinals, beginning in the fall of 2024.
Jake Eccleston and Finley Anderson threw down some fast in-season times at altitude at the TOPS Denver Invite, including Eccleston’s 1:57.49 200 breast.
The final day of the 2022 Purdue Invite is here and the last prelims session of the meet is in the books.
The second day of the 2022 Purdue Invite is underway, with the day two prelims session having taken place this morning at the Morgan J. Burke Aquatic Center.
Kohen Rankin is a fast-rising 52.3 breaststroker who leads an unexpected program into our honorable mention NCAA recruiting class ranks.
Drew Collins arrives at Louisville with personal-best times that would already rank among the best on the team in backstroke and IM events.