Maggie MacNeil capped off her impressive triple by splitting a 49.10 100 fly on the 400 medley relay, marking the fastest split in history.
With NCAA Champion Sophie Hansson gone, Andrea Podmaníková will get her chance in the spotlight as a 5th year for the NC State Wolfpack this season.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Michigan had another strong showing in 2021-2022, finishing second at the 2022 Big Ten Championships and seventh at NCAAs.
Amy Fulmer (pictured), one of Ohio State’s crucial relay contributors, will come into the season as one of the nation’s top sprinters.
Carter, the 2021 NCAA champion in the 200 fly, decided not to use her fifth year of eligibility and instead wants to pursue a career as an airline pilot.
Howley blasted a 2:08.98 200-meter fly at U.S. Nationals, passing Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman on the list of all-time fastest 17-18-year-olds.
Day 1 of the U.S World Trials in Greensboro is finally here, and the first prelims session will feature Caeleb Dressel in the 100 free.
Regan Smith and Hali Flickinger, the Tokyo Olympic silver and bronze medalists, lead the field looking to make the 2022 Worlds team in the 200 fly.
Rhyan White helped lead the Alabama women to a surprise #1 ranking with 237 NCAA points out of the high school class of 2018.
Despite only swimming in two NCAA meets, Taylor Ruck scored the most points out of our top-20 recruits from the high school class of 2018.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships, which UVA won in decisive fashion.
Virginia won the last four events of the meet including setting the American, NCAA, Meet, US Open, and Pool records in the 400 freestyle relay.
There are only two scratches out of the circle-seeded heats on Day 2 of the 2022 NCAA Women’s Championships.
The Virginia women are favored to win both the NCAA team title and the 400 free relay, but a revamped Stanford group might have something to say about that.