Olivia Smoliga’s Georgia recruiting class was ranked 3rd way back in 2013. How did our top 12 recruiting classes pan out four years later?
Backstroke extraordinaire Austin Katz looks to continue the Texas Longhorns’ tradition of excellence in men’s swimming.
Caeleb Dressel continued his strong weekend at the Tennessee Aquatics June Invite, closing the meet with a Sunday-night win of 22.09 in the 50 free.
Pace Clark set a new SEC and pool record this morning with 1:40.70 in the men’s 200 fly.
Caeleb Dressel turned in an Olympic Trials cut in the 100 fly, helping UF to a big victory over FSU.
For the men, Nova Southeastern’s Thiago Sickert swam a 44.68 for the top seed. That was good enough to put him ahead of Florida’s Caeleb Dressel (45.01) and Corey Main (45.49).
Caeleb Dressel took a win in one of his individual events, but it wasn’t one we see him in too often.
Natalie Hinds is part of a big returning senior class for the Florida Gators, who graduated just three seniors and zero NCAA points.
NC State’s Riki Bonnema is the highest scratch from the individual events on the last day of the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Both Gator programs walk away from the Pinch A Penny All Florida Invitational with victories.
The Florida Gators return all individual points for an young but experienced squad, that has the ability to surprise us all this upcoming season.
Leah Smith of the JCC Sailfish is a part of a very good recruiting class for the Virginia Cavaliers. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Meaghan Small, Danielle Valley, Collin Ellington, and Courtney Weaver all finished their meets with event victories in Greensboro (Stock Photo: Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)
Rob Busby of the Springfield YMCA was in the mood for speed at the 2013 YMCA Short Course National Championships. (Photo: Mel Stewart/SwimSwam.com)
Swim News: “Samuel Smiddy pops a 1:50.83 in the 200 IM.” (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)