Stokowski, one of three transfers out of Florida this offseason, will start at NC State in the fall of 2020 after his Olympic redshirt year.
Despite losing 5 NCAA scorers and 12/20 relay legs to graduation, a talented freshman class arrives to help rebuild around returning star Coleman Stewart.
Our top four classes include three perennial NCAA title contenders… and one program you might not expect. Pictured: #2 overall recruit Jake Foster.
Brendan Burns takes over as our #1 swimmer in a class that should help college teams stock up their cupboards with free relay candidates for years to come.
Bray is the 2nd-fastest American ever in the women’s 200 long course meter butterfly.
Swimming on Thursday evening at the TYR International Junior Cup in St. Petersburg, Florida, a group of swimmers from the…
For Patrick Henry, it was their 4th-straight state title.
It’s been a great time in Greensboro, North Carolina – the venue for the 2018 USA Swimming Winter Nationals. It…
Coleman Stewart, the defending 100 back NCAA champion, scratched out of the long course version of that event as well as the 100 fly for tonight’s finals session at the 2018 US Winter National Championships.
Thomas Hamlet from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School and Enfinity Aquatic Club has verbally committed to NC State for the fall of 2019.
Owen Hanna, a NISCA All-American from Newbury, Ohio has become the sixth high school senior to make a verbal commitment to NC State’s class of 2023.
16-year-old Olivia Bray swam the 8th fastest time in the U.S. in the women’s 200 fly at the NBAC Mid-Summer Classic.
Kimani Gregory becomes the fifth member of our list of top-20 boys from the high school class of 2019 to announce his verbal commitment to NC State.
The Class of 2019 isn’t an immediate-impact class on the men’s side, but it’s loaded with fast-rising talents.
Hunter Tapp from Louisville, Kentucky’s Trinity High School and Lakeside Swim Team has announced his commitment to swim for North Carolina State University beginning in 2019-20.