Boock’s Elmbrook Swim Club athletes had a standout performance at the Speedo Summer Championships – West, including setting a new NAG in the 400 medley relay.
Coach Anthony Nesty’s Florida swimmers have shown up in force in the NCAA – and now they’ve done the same on the Olympic stage.
When the dust settled on U.S. Olympic Trials, the University of Georgia led the way, both as an alma mater and training base for U.S. Olympic swimmers.
Fresh off a three-year contract extension, Wisconsin head coach Yuri Suguiyama has his Badgers swimming extremely well the month before U.S. Olympic Trials.
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At the U.S. Open Water National Championships this month, the Sandpipers of Nevada had a swimmer finish in the top 5 in every single event.
Coach of the Month, Coach of the Year, Coach of the Decade. Even those don’t go far enough back for retiring Texas coaching legend Eddie Reese.
Kentucky graduated its top two scorers from last year’s SEC Championships, but even that couldn’t stop the fast-rising team from winning its first title.
Tennessee has reloaded dramatically, with 9 swimmers currently projected to score NCAA points. All five of the Volunteer relays rank in the top 7 nationally.
Four Texas women, including two freshmen, have already hit automatic NCAA qualifying swims as coach Carol Capitani has gotten her rookies up to speed fast.
The Georgia Bulldogs had great showings at their fall invitational, while several Georgia-based pros stood out in the ISL taking place in Hungary.
Jonty Skinner has led the ISL’s Cali Condors to an incredible October with a pair of wins, two American records and six ISL records.
It’s been a big month for the Long Island Aquatic Club, under head coach Dave Ferris and his staff, with a slew of personal-best times in September.
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