Who knew? All it took was four key swimmers returning from redshirt semesters to turn USC into the fastest-rising team in our final regular-season power rankings.
Caeleb Dressel and the Florida Gators are shooting for a fourth consecutive SEC title amidst some stellar sprint showdowns.
Having won a combined 23 SEC swimming and diving championships, Auburn’s men’s and women’s teams are in Columbia, Mo., for the 2016 Championships this week, which run Tuesday through Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.
Auburn men reign on Senior Day while Wisconsin women take it all in tri-meet hosted at the “Loveliest Village on the Plains.”
Natalie Hinds collected three individual wins on Saturday leading her Florida Gators past Auburn 192-108.
Hali Flickinger’s turned in two of many nationally-ranking swims from this morning’s prelims.
Jay Litherland led three swimmers under 3:40 during the second day of finals at the Georgia Fall Invitational.
Michael Duderstadt (above) swam the second-fastest 100 breaststroke in the country this year by winning a big battle against Indiana’s Tanner Kurz
The Auburn Tigers have picked up a verbal commitment from South Florida Aquatic Club’s Julien Pinon. With a Winter National cut…
Junior Kyle Darmody will lead the Tigers into battle this season
Ziv Kalontarov, who won a gold medal for Israel in the 50 free at the inaugural European Games in Baku, will swim for Auburn in the fall.
Cordes hasn’t been close to his American and NCAA record time of 50.04 this season, sporting a time of 52.04 heading into the meet. All season, Cordes has been around a 52-flat. He won his third straight 100 breaststroke PAC 12 title earlier this month en route to a 52.18.
Caeleb Dressel’s 19.6 in the 50 free helped power the Florida men to a 16-point win over SEC rivals Auburn, while the Florida women needed three Jess Thielmann wins to top Auburn by 4.
In one of the first true marquee matchups of 2015, the Texas Longhorns rolled to dominating men’s and women’s wins against the Auburn Tigers in Auburn, Alabama.
Molly Hannis of Tennessee rocked the 100 breaststroke with a wicked 1:00.31 to beat her previous season best of 1:00.84 and rank her second overall in the nation behind Rachel Nicol. Hannis’ breaststroke talents gave her a huge lead over second place finisher Annie Lazor from Auburn who touched in behind Hannis in 1:02.08.