Hubert Kos has been on fire so far this season, bolstering Arizona State’s grasp of the #1 ranking as we head into 2024.
After midseason invites, Florida, USC, and Texas have swum ‘A’ cuts to lead 18 schools that have at least one NCAA relay ‘A’ cut.
Versatile London native Henry Gray said he committed to Michigan for 2024 “because it is one of the greatest teams in the history of college swimming.”
Canadian sprinter Leila Fack is joining Michigan’s resurgent squad next fall as part of a growing contingency of Wolverine recruits from north of the border.
Connelly’s best times would have placed her in the B-final of the 50 free and the C-final of the 100 back at the 2023 Big Ten Championships.
New Michigan head coach Matt Bowe led the Wolverines to a strong showing at the UGA Fall Invitational last weekend, showing early signs of progress.
Alamo Area’s Montse Spielmann has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Michigan for 2025-26.
Big Ten Champion and five-time NCAA All-American Charlie Swanson has returned to Ann Arbor, Michigan to train for the 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Arizona State will host NC State this week in a two-day meet. View the whole weekly NCAA Division I meet schedule here.
It was nearly unanimous among the nine writers contributing to this report that the Virginia women will again sweep the relays at the NCAA Championships.
Cokey Huffman is a former All-American diver for Michigan and two-time US Diving National Champion. She also served as a judge at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Here are five (plus a couple extra) storylines that you’ll want to keep track of throughout the 2023-24 women’s DI NCAA season.
Norwegian freestyle specialist Jon Jontvedt is headed to the University of Michigan next fall following the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Bella Sims headlines an absolutely loaded recruiting class for the Florida women, landing them the top spot in our rankings.
Fourth last season, the Louisville Cardinals kick off the 2023-24 campaign as SwimSwam’s #3 ranked team in the NCAA.