Juan Ceresa from Longhorn Aquatics has announced his commitment to swim for the University of Michigan for 2020-21.
After making a huge drop in the 100 back with Michigan’s tenth fastest time ever on Saturday, Nadav Aaronson powered to another big drop.
That’s just a second away from what it took to make 2019 NCAAs and would have placed 6th at last season’s Big Ten Championships.
Aaronson swam the 10th fastest time ever by a Michigan man in the 100 back, coming within hundredths of his lifetime best in the 100 free.
Patrick Callan is one of the best freestyle prospects in the nation, and he leads a 15-person recruiting class for Michigan.
Holland, Michigan-native Spencer Carl will transfer to the University of Michigan in the fall. He swam his freshman year at Louisville.
Head coach Arthur Albiero’s son Nick will be an essential newcomer for Louisville this seaosn.
Jake Sannem leads the way for a USC class that is small but mighty.
2017 Michigan D1 Boys Championships When: March 10-11, 2017 Where: Oakland University, MI Full results Novi’s Camden Murphy elected to swim…
Watch Madison Homovich’s winning 1650 free, as well as all the other championship final races, from the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships-East in Columbus, Ohio.
Kibler led the field with a 42.99, making him the 2nd fastest 15-16 swimmer of all time in the event. Tonight, he’ll be going after Ryan Hoffer’s 15-16 NAG Record of 42.67.
University of Louisville Head Coach Arthur Albiero announced early signees to the 2021 class on Tuesday. Swimmers Nicolas Albiero, Spencer…
Spencer Carlm who swims for West Ottawa High School and Michigan Lakeshore Aquatics, has announced his verbal pledge to the University of Louisville beginning in the fall of 2017.
Regan Smith put up the swim of the morning with her nearly 4-second drop in the 200 fly to qualify second for finals on Day 1 of the 2016 Speedo U.S. Junior National Championships.
Future Arizona State Sun Devil Cameron Craig smashed three all-state records, and Birmingham Brother Rice won their third-straight Michigan Swimming and Diving Division I team title