Alex Walsh and the defending NCAA champion Virginia Cavaliers are the clear-cut #1 ranking women’s team as we stand here in October.
Izzy Ivey (pictured) will be leaned on heavily by the Bears once again as they battle to return to the top-three of the NCAA.
UVA’s Alex Walsh posted the nation’s top times in the women’s 200 back and 200 fly competing against Cal this weekend.
The NC State Wolfpack flashed some early speed, including a few fast relays, as they swept the Tennessee Volunteers in Raleigh.
NC State showed their speed early, taking the women’s 200 medley relay in 1:38.07.
After a breakout summer, Rhyan White will be a key for the Alabama Crimson Tide in her senior season.
Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.
More than half of readers believe that Regan Smith will be the top scoring female freshman among the four that represented the U.S. in Tokyo.
NC State rising junior Katharine Berkoff took about 1.6 seconds off her lifetime best 100 free time going into this meet from 2018 Summer Nationals.
Moore roared to a 4:18.04, winning the race by nearly 7 seconds.
US National Team member Michael Chadwick was one of many athletes to near their times from Olympic Trials at the ESSZ Sectionals meet.
Kate Douglass, Erika Brown, Patrick Callan, Natalie Hinds, Rhyan White, and Bryce Mefford came back for redemption in 2021, improving upon their 2016 swims.
Caeleb Dressel has a big night ahead of him in Omaha, with the 100 fly final scheduled just 41 minutes before his 50 free semi.
9th place finisher Katharine Berkoff was bumped into the women’s 200 back final tonight after #8 seed Hali Flickinger scratched the race.
Michael Andrew has a chance to become the third man in history under 1:55 in tonight’s final of the men’s 200 IM in Omaha.