Men's Swimming & Diving

Swimming rules committee recommends synchronized diving

Synchronized diving may be headed to NCAA competition next season. The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Swimming Rules Committee recommended synchronized diving be an event option in non-championship and invitational meets, starting in the 2015-16 academic year.

Lessons learned live on

Eric Roberts can eloquently describe every feeling he went through from December through late February – the pain of traumatic injury, relief of recovery, the tightened connection with his team, the pain of losing a friend and all the discovery that came with it.

Moving up the podium

Last year, the University of Texas at Austin fell 51 points shy of a national championship, trailing only the University of California-Berkeley. So the Longhorns spent a year thinking about those 51 points and how to close that gap. They did more than just that – Texas dominated the rest of the field.

Kenyon tradition alive and well

Kenyon College captured the Division III Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships title for the third year in a row and 34th time in 36 years.

2015 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2015 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2015 Championships) Division III...

Queens’ quick rise

In a span of five years, the Queens University of Charlotte swimming program went from nonexistent to national champions.

Inside the Lines

Before he was a student-athlete, Jason Shuler served four years and three tours in the U.S. Navy as a quartermaster third class, working as a search-and-rescue swimmer.

Georgia swim coach gives extra benefit; doesn’t promote compliance

Georgia head swimming and diving coach did not promote an atmosphere for compliance when he made special arrangements for a student-athlete to enroll in an independent study course to maintain eligibility.

Silver Anniversary Award winner: Brent Lang

Brent Lang is CEO and president of Vocera Communications. The former Michigan swimmer credits his leadership style, in part, to time as a student-athlete and interactions with swimming hall of famer Jon Urbanchek.

Former Alabama Swimmer John Servati named 2015 recipient of NCAA’s Award of Valor

Former University of Alabama swimmer John Servati named 2015 Award of Valor recipient. Servati gave his life to save another’s during a tornado in Alabama, and is awarded for his bravery and courage.

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