With former University of Hawaii head coach Dan Schemmel making the leap to coach the Stanford men, Hawaii has filled his role with former assistant Elliot Ptasnik, who will now become the head coach for both men and women.
Schemmel comes to Stanford after three seasons at the helm of Hawai’i’s program and five as an assistant at Wisconsin.
The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation announced its men’s and women’s swimming and diving postseason awards.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck will race Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson for the 200 back title.
With four of 2018’s top-10 finishers out of the NCAA, there’s room for some new blood in the mile.
Akron seems to be leading this charge of Mid-Major programs, having qualified 3 individual swimmers and 4 out of 5 relays to the meet.
The University of Hawaii women’s swimming and diving team won their third consecutive and fourth all-time MPSF team title, while the men won their first MPSF Swimming and Diving Championship.
The Rainbow Warriors top the leader boards of both the men’s meet and the women’s meet after 3 days of competition.
Hawaii women lead the team standings after 2 days of competition at 2019 MPSF Championships.
Logan Hotchkiss split 1:33.78 on the end of the Gauchos’ record-breaking 800 free relay.
Tevyn Waddell was instrumental in Minnesota’s victory over Hawaii on the women’s side.
Nelson is one of just six women to have gone under 51 seconds in this event this season, with her 50.90 from the Texas Invite ranking her 5th in the country.
This weekend marked the start of mid-season invite season in the NCAA. Teams usually suit up and rest a little…
Zach Yeadon of Notre Dame will swim the men’s 1650 on the final night in Columbus.
sydney Pickrem picked up wins in the women’s 200 back and 200 breast.