Junior Kyle Darmody will lead the Tigers into battle this season
Jacob Pebley won the men’s 200 backstroke with a 1:56.29. He is now the fastest American performer of the season, and fourth fastest in the world.
The Auburn swimming and diving program completed a successful year in the pool and the classroom as 19 student-athletes were selected as Scholar All-Americans by the College Swimming Coaches Associate of America (CSCAA), the organization announced Wednesday.
2012 Olympian Craig Benson was on the short-end of a crowded British breaststroke field, but has received a consolation of a trip to the World University Games.
In a notably relaxed heat swim, Siobhan Marie O’Connor returned to the pool this morning for the Women’s 200m Individual…
Ryan Murphy sits atop the country in this event this year, and he isn’t too far from the 1:36.81 American record set back in 2007 by Mr. Lochte.
In his pre-meet press conference, Auburn head coach Brett Hawke breaks down the reality of the competitive Southeastern Conference (SEC),…
Auburn was outstanding in the relays, including a 1:18 in the 200 free relay led off by Kyle Darmody (pictured) and a relay run-down on the medley courtesy of freshman Jacob Molacek.
Brett Hawke will take his Auburn Tigers to Columbia, Missouri for the first time in program history on Saturday.
Caeleb Dressel’s 19.6 in the 50 free helped power the Florida men to a 16-point win over SEC rivals Auburn, while the Florida women needed three Jess Thielmann wins to top Auburn by 4.
In one of the first true marquee matchups of 2015, the Texas Longhorns rolled to dominating men’s and women’s wins against the Auburn Tigers in Auburn, Alabama.
It was a good week for Tennessee in the SEC Weekly Awards department, as the Vols took home 4 of the 6 honors.
Molly Hannis of Tennessee rocked the 100 breaststroke with a wicked 1:00.31 to beat her previous season best of 1:00.84 and rank her second overall in the nation behind Rachel Nicol. Hannis’ breaststroke talents gave her a huge lead over second place finisher Annie Lazor from Auburn who touched in behind Hannis in 1:02.08.
The Georgia Bulldogs earned half of the SEC’s weekly swimming & diving awards this week, including Female Swimmer of the Week from Amber McDermott (pictured).