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.
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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.
The TAC Titans found plenty of speed in August, including huge lifetime-best swims by ranked recruits Claire Curzan, Charlotte Hook, and Lance Norris.
There were a host of career-best times at the Spartans Aquatic Club’s Red vs Gold meet this month, despite the pandemic training layoff.
Bruce Gemmell and Katie Ledecky were an unstoppable duo for years – and one of Ledecky’s early world record explosions happened in June of 2014.
Bluefish’s Chuck Batchelor helped star pupil Elizabeth Beisel explode for a five-second drop in May of 2008, setting up the 15-year-old for an Olympic berth.
It’s been a sadly swimming-light month of April, so we’re using our Swimmer of the Month to look back on this month two Olympic cycles earlier.
Coach Bob Bowman had his Arizona State Sun Devils competing at an incredible level in the first half of March, before the NCAA season was halted by COVID-19.
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