Sophomore freestyler Tabahn Afrik was a triple-winner for the Irish on Friday
The Virginia women hit the accelerator on day 2 of their dual meet with Notre Dame, sweeping all 9 individual events as Virginia won the men’s and women’s meets with their ACC foes.
Emily Fogle’s 200 Breast highlighted a strong final session at the Purdue Invitational.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish used a rounded attack to crush Michigan State, with 18 different Fighting Irish swimmers winning in 22 individual events.
The men’s and women’s teams of Notre Dame were both victorious on their home turf, hosting the 2015 Dennis Stark Relays.
The long course edition of the 2015 NCSA Junior National Championships, hosted in Indianapolis, Indiana, began on Tuesday and run…
University of Notre Dame men’s swimming head coach Matt Tallman has much to be excited about heading into the 2015-16 school year.
Andrew Seliskar again won twice, and moves to #4 all-time for 17-18-year-olds in the 200 breaststroke with a 2:12.82.
Holland West’s Tabahn Afrik, one of the top high school seniors in the nation, broke the Michigan Division I High School state record at the boys Division I meet over the weekend, going 20.26.
Follow along on SwimSwam and via our Twitter handle @SwimSwamLive as we bring you up-to-the-minute coverage of the 2015 NCSA Spring Championships.
Andrew Seliskar will put National Age Group Records on notice in every event he swims at next week’s NCSA Junior National Championships.
This weekend, at the 2015 OK Red Swimming Conference Championships, future Notre Dame Irish swimmer Tabahn Afrik led Holland – West…
The University of Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving team announced 10 signees for the class of 2019 in the early signing period. The 10-man squad is the second largest class in the history of the program, after the class of 2015 (currently at 11 swimmers, 3 divers).
Tabahn Afrik has verbally committed to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who are putting together a fantastic, top-10 caliber recruiting class of 2015.
US Junior National Team member, Andrew Seliskar (pictured above), is the number one recruit from the high school class of 2015.