The Cardinal team is packed with stars this season, including Ella Eastin, Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, and Lia Neal, who could make up a scary-good 800 free relay.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches’ Association has released their inaugural ranking for the 2016 Girls’ High School season. The big…
Hannah Kukurugya (above), and Katie Drabot broke meet records en route to winning the 200 fly and 200 free, respectively, on Day 2 of NCSA Summer Championships.
2016 NCSA CHAMPIONSHIPS Dates: August 9th – August 13th Location: Indianapolis, IN (IUPUI) Meet website Night one results Ozaukee Aquatics’ Katie…
While their team headliner was in Rio winning 200 free gold, Phoebe Bacon, Abigail Harter, Jillian Johnson, and Maya Fischer took down the 13-14 NAG record in the 200 medley.
Katie Drabot added the 200 IM to her win tally, posting a 2:15.79 to win that event by almost five seconds over Reilly Lanigan (2:20.34) of NASA.
Olympic Trials fourth place finisher Sean Lehane dropped his best 200 back time yet again tonight at the Speedo Sectional in Brown Deer, Wisconsin.
2016 SPEEDO SECTION 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Brown Deer, WI Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center Meet Central Results: Meet Mobile After posting a…
After an eventful first few days of competition it’s finally time to see Michael Phelps return to Olympic trials action.
This was an easy choice: Katie Ledecky and company are the NCAA’s #1 women’s class
The women’s 200 freestyle is absolutely loaded with talent. Okay, every event at the Olympic Trials is ostensibly loaded with talent, but not in the same way that the women’s 200 free is.
All of tonight’s A finals remain intact, including a showdown between Cullen Jones, Anthony Ervin, Josh Schneider, and Santo Condorelli in the men’s 50 free.
After their lifetime best performances at the Atlanta Classic and Charlotte Pro Swim, Simone Manuel and Leah Smith are in good position to earn an Olympic 800 free relay bid.
Ozaukee Aquatics star Katie Drabot was named the Wisconsin LSC Senior Swimmer of the year after her impressive season. Drabot, who…
Ella Eastin and Stanford were second to the Georgia Bulldogs at this year’s Women’s NCAA championships, but the Cardinal are returning more points next year. How do the rest of numbers stack up?