Hali Flickinger will be a major contributor for Georgia at her final SEC Championships.
Through January 2016, Cal’s Ryan Murphy still holds the top times in both backstroke events within the NCAA Division I.
Caeleb Dressel won three events and dropped the best NCAA 50 free time of 2016 as Florida won men’s and women’s duals with SEC rival Tennessee.
Natalie Hinds collected three individual wins on Saturday leading her Florida Gators past Auburn 192-108.
Current and future Stanford Cardinal student athletes Simone Manuel and Katie Ledecky have been selected by ESPNW as two of the most influential people in women’s sports this year.
Georgia’s Hali Flickinger did some damage to the NCAA A cut lists over the weekend at the UGA Invite. See who else made cuts over the weekend.
The Louisville men and the Texas A&M women appear to have the highest number of potential NCAA qualifiers at this point in the season.
Dressel had a remarkable weekend at the Buckeye Invitational, swimming to seven NCAA ‘A’ cuts, three US Olympic Trial-qualifying times, and eight wins. In addition, Dressel rewrote the UF record books with a new school record in the 100 breaststroke.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel clocked 3 NCAA “A” standards competing at the OSU Invite in Columbus last weekend, including in one event you wouldn’t quite expect.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel continues to show off his versatality in Colombus at the Ohio State Inivite, posting two more nation leading times in the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke.
Jan Switkowski picked up two new nation-leading times today against South Carolina.
Matias Koski and the Georgia men topped the defending SEC champion Gators in Gainesville in a strong showing.
After competing in long course meters Friday night, Texas, Indiana and Florida clashed in the NCAA’s short course yards format Saturday, with Texas once again taking all wins amidst a flurry of big-time swims.
Returning top-5 men’s programs Texas and Florida clashed in the Texas triangular, but it was Indiana’s Blake Pieroni who stole the show on opening night of the two-day meet.
Natalie Hinds (above) is not messing around this year. She won all three of her individual events today vs. Minnesota.