The men of USC finished off their regular season with a win against the University of Utah, improving their dual record to 9-1.
Who knew? All it took was four key swimmers returning from redshirt semesters to turn USC into the fastest-rising team in our final regular-season power rankings.
Patrick Mulcare’s three wins helped USC hand Stanford their first loss of the season.
The Trojan men were able to avenge last year’s loss while the women extended their streak to five straight over the Badgers
Gunes set her third national mark of the week, and could go even lower tonight.
2015 EUROPEAN SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS AT THE WINGATE INSTITUTE IN NETANYA, ISRAEL Wednesday, December 2nd-6th Prelims at 9:30 am local (2:30…
Paul Biedermann is back in good form in Netanya and could strike gold tonight in his signature event.
Reed Malone is a familiar face as a battalion of USC Trojans have graduated or will sit out the 2015-2016 season.
Three national records fell in the heats of the men’s 50m backstroke this morning, including two swimmers with past or current affiliation with the NCAA.
CALIFORNIA’s Ryan Murphy was named the Men’s Swimmer of the Year, while USC’s Ralf Tribuntsov was voted Men’s Swimming Freshman/Newcomer of the Year and USC’s Dave Salo was selected as Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year.
After a dominant showing in 2015, Texas’s young core returns as the favorite to win the 2016 national title. The ‘Horns boast the nation’s best butterfly group of all-time, led by freshman NCAA champ Joseph Schooling.
With tonight’s 3rd-place 200 back finish, David Nolan has never finished outside the top 4 in an individual event at the NCAA Championships.
Top seed Jack Conger is having quite a sophomore season, and he’ll look to score a NCAA title in the 100 fly on day 2 of competition.
On a big night for defending champs, USC’s Cristian Quintero became the first man to sweep the 200 and 500 free titles in three consectuive seasons at the Pac-12 Championships.