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Joe Schooling will be heading back home to Singapore to focus on and train for the 2020 Olympic Games.
As swimmers arrive in Tokyo, Japan for this weekend’s stop of the 2018 FINA World Cup Series, the penultimate stop…
The USA Swimming Foundation has given Rowdy Gaines the Make a Splash Hero Award to recognize his ‘efforts as a…
European Champion David Verraszto has confirmed that he will compete at Energy for Swim 2018.
With a huge incoming freshman class at the forefront of a growing team, the Texas A&M men may well just end up scoring more points at conference and NCAA’s this year than they did last year
World Champion Anastasia Fesikova has confirmed that she will compete at Energy for Swim 2018.
Kibler won the 200 free after coming back on reigning NCAA champion Townley Haas. Kibler touched in 1:37.31 to Haas’ 1:37.44. Kibler came back from being down 47.42 to 46.97 at the 100 mark
After winning the 100 free and leading off the Nation-Leading 400 Free relay on Friday night, Julia Cook explained how transitioning from club training in College Station to college training in Austin has been a positive experience overall
World Champion Michael Andrew has been confirmed as a participant for Energy for Swim 2018. While competing at the World Cup stop…
The relay noteably did not include Ariola, who has a personal best 48.3 in the 100 free. Despite that, the Longhorn women posted a nation-leading 3:17.41.
Shebat posted very quick splits of 22.48 and 25.78 on the fly and back splits, for a 48.26 1st 100 split. Shebat’s 200 IM marks the fastest time in the NCAA this year.
Grace Ariola led a 1-2-3 Texas finish in the 50 free. Ariola swam a 22.52 for the 10th fastest time in the NCAA this season, touching out Julia Cook (22.67) and Anelise Diener (22.85).
There were 18 performances from the meet that rank in the top 10 nationally this season
At this point, it’s practically a halloween tradition that I drive down the road from my home in Austin and see what the Texas A&M men are up to in College Station