Courtesy: Duke Athletics DURHAM, N.C. – After kicking off the season last weekend at Virginia Tech, the Blue Devil swimming…
Easop Lee, Cabell Ann Whitlow, and Melissa Pish all won as the Duke women beat VT.
Julia Menkhaus is a big reason why UVA slides in at #11 on the top incoming NCAA classes rankings.
Stamford, Connecticut’s Quinn Scannell from Greenwich Academy and Badger Swim Club has elected to leave the University of Pennsylvania and transfer to Duke with 3 years of eligibility left.
There were 14 meet records broken at the 2018 Illinois Swimming SCY Senior Champs meet, with Grace Ariola breaking 6 individual records and being a part of 1 relay record.
Allie Raab is one of the many stars heading to The Farm next fall.
Rosary completed the 3-peat of IHSA girls state titles, and Oswego broke the 400 free relay record again in finals.
Sophomore Grace Cooper led the field in the 50 and 100 free, posting times of 22.37, and 49.60.
Illinois’ downstate girls are prepared to operate on the IHSA record book this weekend.
Cincinnati, Ohio’s Lucy Callard has announced her verbal commitment to Duke University for 2018-19. Callard swims for The Seven Hills…
Desert Vista High School and Scottsdale Aquatic Club’s Shae Nicolaisen has given a verbal commitment to Duke.
Palo Alto High School and Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics’ Zoe Lusk is the latest to make a verbal commitment to the Blue Devils for 2018-19.
Portland, Oregon’s Brynne O’Shea, who swims for Lakeridge High School and Multnomah Athletic Club, has announced her verbal commitment to Duke University.
Easop Lee, who represents South Korean internationally and North Baltimore Aquatic Club here in the U.S., has made a verbal commitment to Duke University’s class of 2022.
Shayna Hollander of Mount St. Mary Academy and Jersey Gators has verbally committed to Duke University for the Class of 2022.