Olivia Carter was honored as the 2019 SEC Freshman Swimmer of the Year on Wednesday, the first Lady Bulldog swimmer to win the award since 2014. Carter took the 200 butterfly title at the SEC championships on Feb. 22 and went on to place sixth in the 100 butterfly and 11th in the 200 individ…
The Georgia men’s swimming and diving team is looking onward and upward after its performance on the second day of the NCAA championships.
The Georgia men’s swimming and diving team came out to a slow start in night one of the NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships, finishing 18th in the 800-yard freestyle relay Wednesday in Austin, Texas.
The Lady Bulldogs finished the championship meet in 18th place with 66 points. The top three spots were claimed by Stanford, California and Michigan.
Two Georgia women's swimmers recorded top-16 times on the third day of the NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championships Friday night.
The Georgia women's swimming and diving team completed its first day at the NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships Wednesday evening in Austin, Texas.
Even twenty years later, head coach Jack Bauerle breaks out in a proud smile upon hearing the words, “1999 NCAA championship”.
Ten of Georgia’s fastest female swimmers this season found their names listed in official psych sheets for the 2019 NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships Wednesday.
On the final day of the Bulldog Invitational Last Chance Meet, Georgia swimmers reached a number of new career bests. Another chance to compete in the NCAA championships meet at the end of the month also arose for sophomore Jack Dalmolin.
Only a week after the conclusion of last week’s SEC swimming and diving championships, Georgia played host again Saturday for day one of the Bulldog Invitational Last Chance Meet, where the Bulldogs swam to fast times in the men’s 400 IM and women’s 200 butterfly.
After five days of top SEC swimming and diving competition in Georgia’s Gabrielsen Natatorium, both men’s and women’s teams ended up in fifth place overall.
On the fourth day of the swimming and diving SEC championship meet, Georgia took home a mixed bag of results, including two first-place wins a…
When Camden Murphy dove into the pool to swim the 100-yard butterfly at Thursday night’s SEC championship finals, he didn’t feel like it was his strongest start.
Veronica Burchill almost shed a tear when her sister, Sammie Burchill, finished in first place after clocking in a time of 4:10.40 on the C-final 400-yard individual medley.
A loud crowd of family, friends and fans was packed inside Gabrielsen Natatorium for the first day of the SEC championships on Feb. 19.
In a deafening Gabrielsen Natatorium, Georgia swimmers took their career-bests to a new level at the second day of the SEC championships.
Georgia sophomore Courtney Harnish delivered the standout performance of the second day of the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships in Athens by recording the nation’s best time in the women’s 500 freestyle.
Georgia’s butterfly leaders are likely to post fast swims in all four of the championship’s fly events when the men's and women’s teams compete in the 100-yard butterfly on Thursday and the 200-yard butterfly on Friday.