Lohman will be the fastest breaststroker next year on her new team.
The NCAA‘s Academic Progress Rate (APR) works to ensure that student-athletes are achieving in the classroom by measuring retention rates…
Stanford is projected to return nearly 200 points more than any other team due to their strong depth heading into next year as they look to defend their 2017 NCAA title.
After claiming both the men’s and women’s Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship titles and the NCAA men’s crown in…
The 2016-2017 season has brought us a Texas women’s team we would hardly recognize just a couple of years ago. Tonight, Tasija Karosas teamed up with Madisyn Cox, Remedy Rule, and Rebecca Millard to take down a Big 12 record to start off their conference championships.
Florida will take its first trip out of the Sunshine State this season, traveling up north for a tri-meet with Texas, whose men’s team is the 2016 defending national champions, and Indiana on Friday and Saturday
NASA’s Ella Tierney has committed to the University of Texas starting in the 2017-18 season. I chose Texas because of its combination…
University of Texas sophomore John Shebat dropped an impressive 2:00.86 to win the 200 IM at the PV Senior Champs.
Texas Longhorn Clark Smith has scratched out of the 1500 free final scheduled for tonight.
Across prelims and finals swimmers, Reese had at least three Longhorns on U.S. relays at the Games in 2000, 2004, and 2008, and that was the case for multiple relays in 2000 and 2004.
One of America’s top butterfliers, Jack Conger, will swim both backstrokes in addition to his expected butterfly and freestyle combo at the upcoming Olympic Trials.
Schooling made up a full second on the first 50 alone, taking his swim out in 19.83 and then brought it home in 23.51.
The NC State Wolfpack was hundredths away from the title last year, and they’ll fight down to the last yard again for this year’s title.
2016 BIG 12 MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 24 – Saturday, February 27 Texas Swimming Center, Austin, TX (Central…
2015 NCAA Champions Clark Smith (Texas) and Leah Smith (UVA) led their teams through their mid-season invites with several insane swims.