Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell has already come dangerously close to surpassing legendary Natalie Coughlin’s U.S. Open, American and NCAA 100 butterfly record; will the NCAA Championships be the meet where the Louisville Cardinal makes it happen?
Missy Franklin could sweep all of her individual events at the Pac-12 Champs, although Elizabeth Pelton has been faster this season in the 200 IM and 200 back.
The Pac-12 network has produced a short highlight package from the big Pac-12 dual meet between LA rivals USC and UCLA.
The Cardinal women rallied for their seniors on Senior Day to defeat USC
National team member and USC team captain, Kendyl Stewart, will be featured in ESPN The Magazine’s December 8th Big Money…
The Trojans, who opened the season with a win over Washington State last week, will look to improve to 5-0 all-time against the Beavers in Corvallis while sending eight swimmers and one diver to Dallas for the annual six-team competition hosted by the Mustangs.
Dana Vollmer shed some light on what she’s been up to since last competing at the 2013 World Championships.
Dave Salo’s USC Trojans look to build on their 5th-place finish a year ago, losing breast/free star Kasey Carlson but adding transfer butterflyer Lucy Worrall.
USC captains Cristian Quintero and Kendyl Stewart have been honored as the representatives in USC’s “The 21” program. The 21 is a…
Cristian Quintero is back for the Trojans, who end their men’s season with three straight road meets against defending NCAA champs Cal, the Stanford Cardinal and the Utah Utes.
Tom Shields accepting his medal next to a disappointed Phelps after beating the odds and taking home the gold in the 100m fly final. He also won the 200m fly final earlier despite also not being the favorite in that event.
Kendyl Stewart absolutely blew it out of the water in the last 40 meters and put the pressure on as…
Kendyl Stewart reached in to win her second event of the meet, securing her trip to the Pan Pac championships, with her time of 57.98
Tim Binning noticed this reaction by Tom Shields on Friday night. Nobody captures the reaction shots quite like Tim Binning.