The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division 1Team Rankings are voted on by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member. The rankings will be released on a regular basis throughout the 2013-14 season, alternating wee
Texas A&M MenThe Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team dominated the competition for the third day to finish in first place at the 2013 Art Adamson Invitational Saturday. &nb
Texas A&M MenThe Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team expanded its lead in the second day of the Art Adamson Invitational Friday. The Aggies commanding lead of 810.5 points is followed
Texas A&M Men The Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team took the lead on day on of the Art Adamson Invitational Thursday.The Aggies lead with a first day score of 366.5 and are followed b
Richland, WA USA
Bakersfield, CA USA
Plano, TX USA
The team and coaching staff were just amazing. I enjoyed my entire trip from campus to the academic staff. I knew that i wanted to be apart of this team at the end of my trip. Go Aggies Gig Em!
DeKalb, IL USA
I love everything about A&M especially the girls and coaches! Can't wait to be an Aggie in the fall! Gig' em!
The No. 16 Mizzou men’s swimming and diving team won the first six events of the day en route to a 186-114 win over Texas A&M Friday afternoon at the Mizzou Aquatic Center. The Tigers improved to 3-1 in dual ...
Magnolia, TX USA
Texas A&M has a great swim team and it also has great academics. The girls on the team are awesome and the coaches do their job very well. I am looking forward to being an Aggie swimmer!
Milwaukee, WI USA
I chose Texas A&M because of the wonderful coaches and academics. The team gives off a great supportive atmosphere and are very competitive. The girls are great and the traditions are nothing like anything I've experienced before and I can't wait to be apart of the Aggie family!
Keller, TX USA
WHOOP! I knew as soon as I met the team and coaches that A&M was the place for me! They have an amazing swim program that I am so excited to be a part of. Gig 'em!
I was impressed by the team spirit of Aggies Swimming Team. Guys are great, coaches are really dedicated, the campus and facilities are really nice looking. It is one of the best engineering schools in the country with lots of support for the student athletes. I believe I will be able to reach my full potential there, both athletically and academically. Gig’em Aggies!
Mishawaka, IN USA
Texas A&M is an incredible school to be a part of! I absolutely love the school spirit and traditions and being a part of the team with those girls is going to be so much fun. Steve and Tanica are unbelievable coaches who see potential in every swimmer. I am so excited to be an Aggie!!
200 Medley RelayThe Aggies got behind early on the backstroke leg thanks to a 25.31 by Lily Moldenhauer of Texas but used a 27.28 breaststroke leg from all-everything Breeja Larson to take a 53.52 to 54.18 lead. Senior Paige Miller ...
The Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving team opened 2013-14 with an impressive road victory over the University of Incarnate Word on Thursday. With senior Omar Enriquez winning a trio of races, the Aggies (1-0) were vic
The Texas A&M women’s swimming team opened the 2013-2014 season with a dominating dual meet victory Saturday against the Vanderbilt Commodores at the Centennial Sportsplex. It was the ninth straight road victory for the
Florida redshirt junior Sebastien Rousseau and Texas A&M redshirt sophomore Sarah Henry earned high point honors following this week's U.S. Open in Irvine, Calif.Rousseau swept all four events he entered: the 200-meter freestyle, 200 butterfl
The College Swim Coaches Association of America recognized its NCAA All-Academic Teams this week. In all 522 teams representing 347 institutions were recognized for their achievements in the classroom. A complete list of teams with their
North Carolina's Stephanie Peacock and Minnesota's Ashley Steenvoorden got Team USA out to its best start of the week by sweeping the top two spots in the women's 1,500-meter freestyle in style. Peacock, the 2012 NCAA mile champ and record ...
More collegians punched their tickets to the World Championships over the weekend while several collegiate coaches will join them on the trip.Cal freshman-to-be Missy Franklin led a 1-2-4 Golden Bear finish in the 100 back, taking down
More collegiate swimmers qualified for the 2013 World Championships on Thursday night in Indianapolis while several have earned themselves multiples swims.The trials have been a coming out party for Stanford's Maya DiRado. DiRado qualified for Ba
Day two of the U.S. World Championships Trials saw another infusion of collegiate swimmers punch their tickets to Barcelona.Arizona breaststroke superstar Kevin Cordes crushed the field in the 200-meter breast after laying down a 2:08.34, nearly
Several collegians from the past season qualified for the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona this evening at a very familiar spot -- IUPUI, the host of both of last season's NCAA Championships.On the ladies side, Texas A&M's Cammile Adams
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a href="http://www.co-store.com/shopcscaa">The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) 255 Division I All-Americans and 231 Honorable-Mention All-Americans.&n
Sycerika McMahon, considered Ireland’s most versatile female swimmer, tweeted today that she has accepted a scholarship offer to swim at Texas A&M this coming season.
The Texas A&M men’s swimming and diving program will hire Indian River head coach Ryan Mallam to be its new assistant coach.Mallam just finished his third season as head coach of the Indian River State College swim teams who easily
By Chris HarrellWe’re less than 24 hours away from the start of another highly anticipated NCAA Championship meet. With the individual predictions put to bed, it’s time to see how the
Ohio StateLibertyThe Liberty swimming team sent seven student-athletes to the Ohio State Last Chance Meet on Sunday. Among Liberty’s competitors, Jess Reinhardt improved her
The annual rite that is the Academic All-American All-Academic Team has been release by the College Swim Coaches Association of America. Four hundred and fifty seven teams, representing 318 different institions were recognized fo
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Men's 1,650-Yard FreestyleGeorgia freshman Ediz Yildirimer (15:08.10) easily wins the third heat over South Carolina freshman Marwan El Kamash (15:19.58)Women's 1,650-Yard FreestyleAlabama sophomore Emily Facchine (17:04.55) e
Men's 100-Yard FreestyleWill begin soon
Men's 200-Yard ButterflyKentucky's Maclin Simpson (1:46.78) took control on the final 50 in lave seven to grab the win over Alabama's John Ellis (1:47.26) in lane one.
Men's 200-Yard Butterfly
Men's 400-Yard Individual MedleyFlorida freshman Ryan Rosenbaum (3:48.78 wins the 'C' final, tracking down South Carolina's Matt Navata (3:49.47), Texas A&M's Hayden Duplechain (3:49.55) and Auburn's Chris Kramer on the final 25 yards.
Men's 400-Yard IM
Men's 500-Yard Freestyle