The vast majority of SwimSwam readers picked Florida as the favorites to win the men’s SEC title in 2021. It would be 9 straight SEC titles for the Gator men.
St. Xavier was named the NISCA Boy’s All Time Dual Meet Champion after battling for the title with Baylor, Southlake Carroll, and North Allegheny.
With 10 recruiting classes ranked since SwimSwam’s inception, we’re looking back at the top overall NCAA swimming recruits since the class of 2013.
Postponement is a necessary, safe option – to that end, we all benefit. But the year-long extension will give some swimmers a renewed opportunity.
In Olympic anticipation, the 2020 NCAA season was loaded with top talent taking gap years. But Olympic postponement will throw a wrench into those plans.
With the stunning news that all three divisions’ 2020 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships are canceled, swimmers took to social media to air their emotions.
Based on how they’ve performed this season, the Texas A&M men have a shot at their first men’s title, but defending champion Florida will go for 8-straight.
IU is rising, Florida is falling. Who else is on the move in our latest edition of NCAA Power Rankings heading into Conference Championship season?
Florida sophomore Trey Freeman will redshirt the current NCAA season after undergoing knee surgery, he announced Wednesday.
Our women’s NCAA swimming & diving ranks had a change at #1… will our men’s ranks do the same? There’s a lot to unpack after mid-season invites.
The top two teams are clear. Everything after that… completely unpredictable. Our five voters take an opening shot at preseason Power Rankings.
The Florida Gators swept the FAU Owls on Saturday, making both the Gator men and women 3-for-3 over their opening weekend of the season.
Smith was rock solid on the Florida relays yesterday, splitting 21.39 on the fly leg of the 200 medley, and anchoring the 400 free in 44.37.
The #7 Florida men have eased up their dual meet opponent selections, while maintaining a heavy fall schedule and adding the Toyota U.S. Open.
Caleb Kravitz of Saint Petersburg Aquatics has elected to remain in-state and will swim for the University of Florida next year.