With conference meets approaching, here is a list of times invited to the NCAA Championships over the past five years. Many thanks to Tim Welsh, Todd Peters and Jon Lederhouse for beginning these lists.
Fresh off wins against #17 Arizona, the University of Texas Longhorns continue to lead the CSCAA / TYR Top 25.
As they head into the championships season, Queens University of Charlotte, Emory University and Kenyon College lead - as they have throughout the season - the CSCAA Division II & III polls.
For only the second time since 1998, a NCAA Division I institution has added men’s swimming and diving to its athletic department. Mount St. Mary’s University President Simon Newman announced that the university, perhaps best known for legendary basketball coach Jim Phelan, will begin competition this Fall. This marks the first newly-established men’s Division I team since Manhattan University added swimming in 2008.
The Big Ten conference bills itself as, "the preeminent collection of institutions in the nation, where the pursuit of academic excellence prevailed as the definitive goal."
When it comes to balancing academics and swimming
The University of Georgia captured every first-place vote to lead the College Swimming Coaches Association of America / TYR Top 25.
It was the second-straight poll that Georgia has led the poll, but streaks are nothing new to the Bulldogs. With their 173.5-121.5 win over Tennessee, Georgia has won its 99th consecutive meet at Gabrielsen Natatorium.
Five hundred and forty-seven swimming and diving teams representing 358 colleges and universities have been earned Scholar All-America status. The awards recognize teams’ Fall grades.
The NCAA DIII Swimming and Diving Committee made changes regarding the judging procedures at the NCAA DIII Diving. Want to know what they are? Read on.
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