Bailey Bonnett and the Kentucky Wildcats lead the SEC in returning points, but Florida, Tennessee, and Georgia all lurk in a wide-open swimming & diving race.
Out goes backstroke sensation Beata Nelson and in comes elite prospect Phoebe Bacon for one team in our ranked NCAA swimming & diving recruiting classes.
After finishing in second place for 2 years in a row, the Dowling Catholic girls won their first ever Iowa state swimming championship.
Irish National Record-holder Mona McSharry, who won the 100 breast at 2017 FINA Junior World Championships, will swim for Tennessee next year.
Lauren Barakey of TIDE Swimming has announced her intention to attend the University of Tennessee next fall.
Olivia Harper of Maine’s Long Reach Swim Club has announced her intention to swim for the University of Tennessee in 2020-21.
Nicola Lane from Mason Manta Rays and Centreville High School has announced she intends to swim for Tennessee in 2020-21.
Jordan Aurnou-Rhees from Columbus School for Girls and Ohio State Swim Club will head to Rocky Top in the fall of 2020.
2019 YMCA National 50 free champion Jasmine Rumley has verbally committed to swim for the University of Tennessee in 2020.
Watch all the race videos from day 4 of the 2019 YMCA SC National Championships.
Brendan Burns is now 3-for-3 with his YMCA record-breaking win in the 200 IM.
In the men’s 200 IM final, Brendan Burns and Matt Fallon will have a massive showdown in the fight for their 3rd title.
Ross Dant of Hickory defended his 1000 free title from 2018 and broke the YMCA meet record by over 5 seconds in the process on the first day of the championships.
The Ames High School girls won their fourth consecutive Iowa State High School Swimming & Diving title over the weekend, and their eighth in the last nine years.
The high school Class of 2020 is the best recruiting class we’ve seen since the historic 2015 crew, led by World Juniors champ Regan Smith.