Mickey Strauss

2024 Big 12 Championships: Day 2 Finals Live Recap

Texas’ Erica Sullivan posted the fastest 500 freestyle prelim time earlier today at the 2024 Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championships.


Man on a Mission: Fletcher Madsen Makes BYU Roster After Time Away From Pool

Fletcher Madsen clocked lifetime bests in the 50 free (20.62) and 100 free (44.69) in February to earn a spot on BYU’s roster this season at 23 years old.


As of July 1, BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF Have Officially Joined the Big 12

As of July 1, those four new members, three of which sponsor swimming and diving, have joined the conference.


14 Swimmers and 10 Divers from Division I Mid-Majors Qualify for 2023 Men’s NCAAs

Meet the athletes from mid-major teams headed to men’s NCAAs, including Raunak Khosla (pictured), a 2022 HM All-American in the 200 fly, 200 IM, and 400 IM.


NCAA Zone E Diving: Schnell Wins Again, USC Now Has Seven NCAA Qualifiers

Arizona’s Delaney Schnell and Stanford’s Jack Ryan remained perfect on Day 2 of the Zone E Diving Championships in Federal Way.


Texas A&M’s Clairmont Wins Twice At Air Force Diving Invite

Texas A&M’s Alyssa Clarimont was the lone diver to win multiple events at the Air Force Diving Invitational over the weekend.

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Missouri Wins Every Swimming Event on Day 1 of 2022 Mizzou Invitational

The Missouri Tigers dominated the first day of their home invitational while McKendree posted several D2 leading times.

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Malia Fernandez Sweeps Sprints as UNLV Women Top BYU, Cougar Men Best Rebels

Having swum on the winning 400 free relay, UNLV’s Malia Fernandez also swept the women’s sprint free events.

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BYU Sweeps Tri-Meet, Defeating Colorado Mesa and Denver

BYU swept its tri-meet on both the men’s and women’s sides, winning 21 events, including a first-place sweep of the diving events.

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BYU Leads Men, Ties With Hawaii Women for First After Day 1 of MPSF Champs

After day 1 of the MPSF Championships, BYU has a narrow 4 point lead on the men’s side. Hawaii and BYU’s women’s programs are tied for 1st with 74 points.

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