After coming in 10th last year, Tennessee has managed to keep a handful of swimmers as 5th years, pick up 3 key transfers, and bring in a giant freshmen class
Michigan keeps climbing. Maggie MacNeil and the Wolverines move up another spot and crack the top 5 in our pre-Conference Power Rankings
The tides are turning, and we have a new #1 in our NCAA swimming & diving rankings, updated after mid-season invites across the nation.
After a historic weekend in short course racing, Erika Brown participated in a long course time trials on Sunday in Knoxville.
Erika Brown tripled for the second week in a row, as Tennessee followed up last weekend’s defeat of Virginia by soundly beating Louisville.
There’s a lot of agreement among rankers with the top four teams. After that… not so much. Stanford chases four straight NCAA titles this spring.
The Tennessee swimming and diving program opens the 2019-20 season Friday with its annual dual meet at UNC Wilmington’s Seahawk Natatorium.
After we reported yesterday that Shields had entered the NCAA transfer portal, the former Texas swimmer has confirmed she’s heading to Tennessee.
Texas sophomore Kendall Shields has entered the NCAA transfer portal, the second Longhorn to seek a transfer off of the women’s team this offseason.
Former Texas Longhorn Kaitlin Harty will transfer to Tennessee with two years of NCAA eligibility remaining.
Harty has told SwimSwam that she’s currently looking at four schools to transfer to.
Texas freshman Evie Pfeifer is seeking her 3rd title of the meet in the 1650 free.
Among the swimmers to watch out for tonight on the men’s side are Texas All-Americans Joseph Schooling (100 fly), Jonathan Roberts (400 IM), and Townley Haas (200 free).
Ryan Harty’s 1:41 in the 200 back highlighted the Texas men’s win over TCU tonight. Meanwhile, the Longhorn women achieved their first undefeated dual meet season since 1988.
Brett Ringgold and Jonathan Roberts each rallied for a winning double in the Horns’ victory of the season on the men’s side.