Olympic Trials Wave I qualifier Summer Cardwell has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Louisville for the 2023-24 school year.
UVA’s Alexis Wenger broke the 100 breast ACC record at 57.67. However, tonight NC State’s Sophie Hansson will aim to defend her 2020 title against Wenger.
This morning, the prelims of the women’s 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back will take place. UVA’s Kate Douglass leads the 100 fly.
The Notre Dame women and the Louisville men came out on top in a pair of back-and-forth contests between ACC rivals over the weekend.
Jordan Durocher of Nation’s Capital Swim Club and Riverbend High School has given Louisville women their first verbal commitment for 2022-23.
Virginia is in the midst of a recruiting tear – but how do their returning points stack up after graduating a few key contributors?
Out goes backstroke sensation Beata Nelson and in comes elite prospect Phoebe Bacon for one team in our ranked NCAA swimming & diving recruiting classes.
This is perhaps the best recruiting class we’ve ever ranked, with instant-impact swimmers in back, breast and fly. World record-holder Regan Smith sits #1.
Josh Matheny heads into finals on Day 3 of 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships – East as the top seed in the men’s 100 breaststroke.
Amy Tang hit three personal best times at the Husky Invite, including a 48.34 in the 100 freestyle to rank her 10th all-time in the girls’ 15-16 age group.
In individual results, Michigan commit Megan Glass (above) finished her YMCA Nationals career with a sweep of the women’s butterfly events.
Paige Hetrick and Justin Fleagle earned their third meet wins while Abigail Doss set a new national record in the 400 free.
Paige Hetrick and Justin Fleagle each won events for the second time in two nights at YMCA Nationals, sweeping the 100 backstrokes.
Last night’s 200 back champ, Bradford Y’s Paige Hetrick is the top qualifier by four tenths in the 100 back – and she’s not far off the YMCA National record.
Louisville commit Paige Hetrick of Bradford took the first individual event of the night, the women’s 200 back, in a time of 2:14.42.