The women of the University of Texas have had incredible success this year which should carry through to an easy Big 12 title.
Parker Neri, a senior from Upper Arlington High School and the Upper Arlington Swim Club in Columbus, Ohio has committed…
Chris Yeager, our #10 recruit on the list of top 20 boys in the high school class of 2017, has given his verbal commitment to the University of Texas.
Houston Swim Club’s Logan Shiller has given her verbal accord to the University of Texas.
Texas native Luke Bowman has elected to remain in-state and swim for the Longhorns for the next four years.
Houston Swim Club’s Peyton Quattlebaum has made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Texas next fall.
Evie Pfeifer of CSP Tideriders in Saint Louis, Missouri made a verbal commitment to swim for University of Texas in 2017-18.
NC State’s Ryan Held tried to run down John Murray down on the last leg, but ran out of room at the end, Murray holding on for a win in the 200 Free Relay
The backstrokers absence could really hurt the Longhorns in the team standings
The NC State Wolfpack welcome the Texas Longhorns to North Carolina for what is setting up to be one of the biggest dual meets of the season.
“The only difference between ordinary and extraordinary is a little extra,” says Jordan Wheeler, who recently committed to the Texas Longhorns.
It was a banner NCAA season for Texas’s Will Licon, but the rising junior has had a relatively quiet summer. He checked in with SwimSwam to talk summer training, NCAA time drops and goals for this coming summer.
20 women’s teams and 13 men’s teams earned perfect scores of 1000 for the 2013-2014 season, including women’s NCAA runners-up Georgia.
The Texas Longhorn men, champions of this spring’s men’s NCAA Championships, have a new addition to their home pool: the official 2015 NCAA Champions banner.
WATCH: 2015 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving full day 2, 3 finals including Murphy’s 200 back record, Texas 100 fly
As with the women’s meet, the NCAA has posted full finals sessions from the 2015 men’s NCAA Championships on YouTube for fans to relive the thrilling national championships.