Olympic hopeful Zoe Thatcher, a former swimmer at Auburn University, has published a book with her father, Geoff Thatcher.
Catch international happenings in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Japan’s World Championships silver medalist Katsuhiro Matsumoto.
Her 25.95 dipped a few hundredths under the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials cut. This was her first best time in the event since 2017.
Collegiate athletes from Division I schools, the majority of whom are from University of Missouri, duke it out with a talented cohort of age groupers on night three of Columbia Sectionals.
Gunnar Bentz was one of 23 swimmers awarded with an NCAA post-grad scholarship.
Natasha Lloyd of Auburn Swimming and Diving has been awarded a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Zoe Thatcher, a three-time NCAA Championships participant with Auburn Swimming and Diving has been awarded a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Aly Tetzloff had another impressive night for the Tigers.
In the 50 free, Tetzloff busted out a new best time as she powered to a 22.08 to top the field by almost a full second.
South Carolina’s Fynn Minuth was victorious in the 500 free on day 1 of the Georgia Tech Invite.
The Aggies won all of the individual freestyle races on the women’s side, with freshman standout Haley Yelle impressing in the distance events.
For senior Caroline Baddock and junior Erin Falconer, their journeys to captaincy of Auburn’s women’s swimming and diving teams could not be any more contrasting.
In addition to recieving the Hammer Award, Neidigh was also honored with the Auburn Swimming & Diving Award alongside fellow senior and SEC champion Joe Patching.
Swimmers and divers from 23 different schools are set to compete in Athens, Georgia, at the 2017 Bulldog Invitation, in an effort to achieve or lower their NCAA qualifying times.
One of the more interesting day 5 scratches came from Florida’s Maxime Rooney, who scratched out of the 100 free in favor of the 200 back earlier in the session.