Which is more essential to the proverbial “college experience”: forced binge drinking fests with incoming freshmen or having the swim team remain a part of your college athletic department?
If you’re a fan of NCAA swimming, you know this championship season had some jaw-dropping, head-turning, gasp-worthy swims.
The state of North Carolina lost between $450 and $630 million over anti-LGBT law HB2, including a portion from the relocation of the 2017 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships. Now, the NCAA must decide whether the law’s repeal does enough to justify holding athletic championships in the state once again.
College breaststrokers like returning NCAA champ Will Licon will get to swim under updated pullout rules beginning next season.
Disclaimer: BlueSeventy Swim of the Week is not meant to be a conclusive selection of the best overall swim of…
Texas sophomore Will Licon blasted to the top seed in the 200 IM, part of a big morning for the Texas Longhorns.
After dealing with adversity for a good calendar year, Missy Franklin broke through at the 2015 NCAAs, answering questions about her improvement curve and training home with a resounding “1:39.10.”
#1 – You’re horrible at IM, but you wish the 100 IM was an event in NCAA swimming.
Cal and Stanford were both big winners over two other California schools. The full meet scoreboard is below.
It’s still very early in September, but believe it or not, college dual meet season is already upon us. Alabama and Delta State will kick off the year with what appears to be the first dual meet of the 2014-2015 season, happening tomorrow afternoon in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The Michigan Wolverine and Florida Gator men top the list of Division I CSCAA Scholar All-Americans released today, with 6 swimmers earning the honor from each team.
Jacob Siar, a rising junior backstroker at Auburn University, has announced on Twitter that he will be transferring to North Carolina State.
VIDEO: NCAA Champion Brooklyn Snodgrass wins the 200 back in studly field, and Indiana Coach Ray Looze
“It took a couple seconds to realize that 1 was by my name.” Brooklynn Snodgrass wins the 200 yard backstroke…
Pan Pacs this summer? Individual Title at NCAAs next year? Check out Amber McDermott, Georgia distance stud (2nd in 1650…
Studly backstroker , and underwater swimmer (and flyer) Cindy Tran had an amazing night – “I was proud of it…