Once again, Gretchen Walsh, Claire Curzan, and the other UVA women are showing ridiculous early-season speed at the UVA intrasquad.
It feels like the end of an era with Douglass gone, but a stacked recruiting class combined with a veteran core has the Virginia women set for the future.
Bella Sims headlines an absolutely loaded recruiting class for the Florida women, landing them the top spot in our rankings.
Fourth last season, the Louisville Cardinals kick off the 2023-24 campaign as SwimSwam’s #3 ranked team in the NCAA.
The addition of all-arounder Kathryn Hazle provides a big boost to Cal’s recruiting class for the 2023-24 season.
Hodgson will replace Ozzie Quevedo as the associate head coach at Alabama after spending the last five years with Northwestern.
In this article, five different NCAA swimmers share what getting an extra year of eligibility meant for the trajectory of their careers in college.
Jasmine Nocentini, the top swimmer to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal this year, has chosen the three-time defending champion Virginia Cavaliers.
Jasmine Nocentini, the fastest swimmer in the Big Ten in the 50 free this season, has entered the NCAA transfer portal as a graduate transfer.
Brunzell has withdrawn from the 200 IM ‘C’ final, opening the door for Nebraska’ Gabby Donahue to earn a second swim for the first time.
The Buckeye women will look to win their fourth straight Big Ten Championship. See the highlights of what to watch for here.
Northwestern’s breakout star Jasmine Nocentini says that her junior season is likely over as she works on the long-term health of her shoulder.
After Gretchen Walsh placed second to Aimee Canny in the 200 free last weekend, Leon Marchand and Maggie MacNeil are the only unbeaten swimmers left.
Max McHugh (picutred) was one of the four event winners on the men’s side for Minnesota, as he took the 200 breast in a time of 1:54.96.
Nocentini, Northwestern’s top individual scorer from 2022 Big Tens, is not competing to focus on the therapy and recovery of her shoulder.