In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!
Virginia is in the midst of a recruiting tear – but how do their returning points stack up after graduating a few key contributors?
The NCAA has released its qualifying standards for Division I swimming & diving next year – and they’ll look awfully familiar.
Katie Ledecky? Missy Franklin? Regan Smith? Who is the top NCAA swimming prospect of the past decade? We rank our top 50 since 2012.
Coleman Stewart of North Carolina State and Paige Madden of Virginia have been named the ACC Swimmers of the Year for…
It was a senior-heavy NCAA, with five seniors projected among the top 8 individual scorers. We look back at the past 4 years to evaluate recruiting ranks.
It was shaping up to be a banner year for freshmen, led by #1 recruit Kate Douglass – who was on the cusp of a historic freshman scoring effort.
While it’s tragic that the 2020 NCAA season ended this way, the season we did have was filled with amazing individual and team performances.
The 100 fly is one of the most anticipated showdowns, featuring 2 women tied as the NCAA Record holders and a 3rd who holds the American Record.
Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil, the reigning NCAA Champion, made history this season as the first woman to break 21 in the 50 free.
The Big Ten Champion Ohio State Buckeyes are our fastest risers in our end-of-season poll, flying from unranked to #11 overall.
The NCAA has released its official psych sheets (along with the invite line) for the 2020 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Early projections have all of line 37 earning invites, with one line-38 swimmer making the cut for the 2020 NCAA D-I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
29 swimmers age 18 or younger are projected to earn NCAA individual invites on the women’s side, including one 17-year-old.
Tennessee senior Erika Brown is sticking to her usual lineup, with the 100 fly on day 3 rather than a 200 free where she has the nation’s #1 time this season.