Steve Schmuhl is the only individual NCAA scorer returning in the pool, but Indiana has some big reinforcements coming in to back him up.
2014 double springboard NCAA Champion Michael Hixon has been officially announced as having signed with the Indiana Hoosiers, and will have…
Double 2014 NCAA Champion diver Michael Hixon has been granted a release by the University of Texas, he confirmed today. This…
Texas-Ex Troy Dumais and UT rising sophomores Michael Hixon and Murphy Bromberg placed sixth in their respective events Friday on…
Based on numbers compiled from the 2013 and 2014 NCAA Championships, only about 2/3rds of “returning point scorers” will actually return to put up points the following season, and almost half the total points in the NCAA will come from new point scorers.
Texas senior Lily Moldenhauer won the women’s Big 12 Swimmer of the Year award.
Cal coaches Yuri Suguiyama (left) and Dave Durden (right) pose with the 2014 CSCAA Men’s Division I Coach of the Year award.
A video interview with Michael Hixon after winning the 3m diving at the 2014 NCAA Championships in Austin, TX.
Kevin Cordes, on breaking the American Record: “I tried to take it out faster and it really worked with the speed in my turns.”
Georgia’s Chase Kalisz smashed one of the most impressive American records on the books with a 3:34.50 in the 400 IM that won him his second NCAA title in the event.
Eddie Reese sat down with us and discussed the team’s focus, work ethic, and the general competitiveness of the meet.
Micheal Hixon was the only American individual event champion on day 1 of the men’s NCAA Championships. He won the 1m diving event in front of a home crowd to put the Texas Longhorns in the lead by 1 point.
Coach Durden’s Cal Golden Bears dominate the relays…with a little help from a very loud bench.
Quotes from Tyler Messerschmidt, Christian Quintero, Marcin Cieslak, Brandy Tandy, Kristian Gkolomeev, Ryan Murphy, Seth Stubblefield, Matt Scoggin, Michael Hixon & Eddie Reese
Nick McCrory of Duke is the top seed in the men’s 1-meter from Thursday morning.