It’s an SEC-heavy start to our men’s NCAA swimming recruiting class ranks, including some deep sprint classes and one elite international butterflyer.
Tomer Frankel, who holds 5 individual and 3 relay national records in Israel, has announced his intention to swim at Indiana University next fall.
Carmel HS once again dominated in the IUPUI Natatorium, bringing home their 6th-consecutive state title. In the process, 5 state records were broken.
Josh Matheny heads into finals on Day 3 of 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships – East as the top seed in the men’s 100 breaststroke.
Gavin Wight from Diablo Aquatics in Northern California has verbally committed to Indiana for 2020-21.
Peak Swimming’s Jassen Yep has announced his intention to swim at Indiana University beginning in the fall of 2020.
The Nation’s Capital Aquatic Club (NCAP) swept the 3 team titles on offer at last week’s NCSA Junior National Championships.
The 13-year-old rolled on in the 400 free tonight, dropping over six seconds from her old best to clock the win at 4:14.84, hitting an OT cut.
East Coast Aquatic Team’s Cason Wilburn has been quiet since a two-win opening night, but he’s in line for win #3 tonight after taking the top 100 fly spot.
Tonight, Stege won the 200 free in Indy with a lifetime best by over two seconds, going 1:59.90 to erase her old best of 2:02.26 from last week.
14-year-old Camille Spink earned an Olympic trials cut in the 100 free while Cason Wilburn went 2-for-2 on night one of the 2019 Summer JNats.
Justine Murdoch (BBA), 16, blew away her previous best time of 2:15.25, and qualified first for tonight’s A final by over 3 seconds.
Carson Foster was our #1 recruit last year. But Luca Urlando is rising fast, and we’ve got a #1 controversy on our hands. Updated recruit ranks here.
IU freshman Paul Gabhart swam unattached at this meet and notched himself 4 event wins and 4 best times.
Matt King from Bellevue Club Swim Team and Glacier Peak High School has verbally committed to Indiana University for 2020-21.