We kick off our expanded rankings of the incoming freshman classes for NCAA swimming & diving with our 13th- through 16th-ranked programs.
Monica Gumina will transfer from Arizona, the #14 team at NCAAs last year, to Texas A&M, the #13 team at NCAAs last year.
Grace Anderson, formerly from CA and now in TX, has verbally committed to the University of Arizona for 2020-21.
Hannah Cox won three events as the Arizona women opened their season with a win at Grand Canyon.
Zoe Bartel will look to defend her 100 breast title and lower her West meet record from last year.
Alex Walsh and the Nashville Aquatic girls posted the fastest-ever junior 800 free relay.
Las Vegas, Nevada’s Victoria Navarro has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Arizona’s class of 2022.
South Bend, Indiana’s Madison Blakesley has announced via social media her intent to swim for the University of Arizona beginning in the fall of 2018.
Monica Gumina, a rising senior at Concordia Lutheran High School in Tomball, Texas has given the rebooted University of Arizona Women’s Swimming and Diving team their first verbal commitment.
Lucie Nordmann (above) is one of four swimmers nominated as the Houston-area female high school athlete of the year.
The girls of Austin Westlake High School set a new state record in the 200 medley and won a state title at Texas 6A State Championships this weekend.
Texas high school swimming’s loaded Region IV produced more than half the state-qualifying swims in Class 6A as Austin Westlake rolled away with boys and girls titles.