Olympian Olivia Smoliga was a difference-maker in 2016, but the Bulldogs face a heightened NCAA challenge in 2017.
Christmas has come early for the University of Georgia women’s swim team. Earlier today SwimSwam’s #1 recruit in the Class…
After three days of intense competition it’s finally time to see what speed the men’s 100m freestyle has to offer.
Despite Megan Kingsley’s knee injury that she sustained last week, she will still be training and swimming at Trials this month.
Worrell will have to defeat a cast of fast improving swimmers led by Eastin
If the Georgia Bulldogs are going to make a run at a seventh-straight SEC women’s title, tonight is the night to do it, behind a top 200 fly seed from Hali Flickinger and a conference-leading 5 A-finalists.
Flickinger built a lead of more than a full second at the 100-mark and maintained all the way to a 1:52.62 SEC Championship
Pace Clark set a new SEC and pool record this morning with 1:40.70 in the men’s 200 fly.
Georgia’s Hali Flickinger won three events for the Bulldogs on Friday.
Jay Litherland led three swimmers under 3:40 during the second day of finals at the Georgia Fall Invitational.
The 2015 Long Course Speedo Sectionals in Athens, Georgia kicked off Thursday, featuring some of the top athletes from SwimMAC Elite and Club Wolverine. Elite swimmers from around the globe added prestige to the meet, putting up some fast times during day one prelims.
Brittany MacLean is the defending NCAA champ in the 500 and 1650 frees and one of the most dangerous Bulldogs on Georgia’s roster.
The Gators’ Natalie Hinds popped fast swims for September: 22.49 in the 50 free, 49.08 in the 100 free (49.08), and a 54.75 in 100 fly (54.75).
Cammile Adams will look to fend off a talented, young field to seal a spot on the Pan Pac team tomorrow.