Below, see the pre-meet notes from the USC Trojans, and above, watch a video with UCLA’s Taylor Carlson as she…
After winning the 100 breaststroke on Saturday at the 2015 DC Metro Champs in 53.22, Carsten Vissering spoke with SwimSwam’s Matt Rees…
After a record-breaking December, Simone Manuel stayed hot in January by going 9-for-11 in dual meet events in the month.
The USC men’s swimming and diving team continues the spring season with a trip north to face its Bay Rivals California on Friday (Feb. 6) at 1 p.m. and at Stanford (Feb. 7) at noon.
Cal freshman Cierra Runge talks about her swims and the unique pain that comes with sprinting.
Video interview courtesy Coleman Hodges. Watch above as Cal sophomore Farida Osman talks after sweeping the 50 free (22.57) and 100…
The USC women’s swimming and diving team returns to conference action this week when it travels to Pac-12 rivals California…
Gauchos Wade Allen and Billy Mullis each secured event wins during the final day of the A3 Performance Invitational to help push the UCSB men to an overall victory.
Bonnie Brandon’s set of three wins during Arizona’s showdown against USC helped the Wildcats outscore the Trojans 172 to 127 on the road.
Jasmine Tosky was a double event winner of the meet, taking the 200 Back and 200 IM to help propel the Trojan women to a 165 to 125 win over the ASU Sun Devils at home.
The USC men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams continue their fall season with the annual November match-up with their Pac-12 rivals from the desert as the Trojans host Arizona State on Friday (Nov. 14) at 7 p.m. and against Arizona on Saturday (Nov. 15) at 2 p.m.
Chuck Katis leads the Pac-12 in the 100 breaststroke this season, and leads Cal to the top of the latest CSCAA poll.
#1 women’s recruit Katie Ledecky eliminated all suspense and made her decision early. Since then, we’ve written over 500 articles about other swimmers making their decisions. See them all here.
Dynamo Swim Club’s Cash DeLoache couldn’t pass up all that USC had to offer.