The Georgia swimming and diving program recently hired the University of Georgia alum, Neil Versfeld, as the associate head coach.
Jay Litherland earned an individual silver medal and Olivia Smoliga and Melanie Margalis picked up golds as prelims members of a relay on Sund…
Highlighted by Olivia Smoliga’s gold medal and American record, the Georgia contingent had a strong showing at the FINA World Championships on Thursday, July 25, in Gwangju, South Korea.
Harvey Humphries, who has been with the Georgia swimming and diving program for parts of five decades, announced this week that he will be retiring from collegiate coaching at the end of July.
Baseball, track and field, golf, tennis and swimming and diving all have past, present and future Bulldogs competing in multiple summer competitions. Here is how they're doing.
Georgia swimmers Veronica Burchill, Dakota Luther and Olivia Carter picked up three gold medals and seven medals total during the World University Games from July 4 to July 10 in Naples, Italy.
The College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America announced the selection of 23 Georgia swimmers and divers to its 2019 Scholar All-America Team on Tuesday, July 9.
Georgia swimming and diving's 2019-2020 schedule, which was announced on Wednesday, July 10, and one highlight is the NCAA Championships will be hosted in Athens by the Bulldogs.
The University of Georgia swimming and diving head coach Jack Bauerle has created one of the most successful programs in the country. The Red & Black caught up with Bauerle to talk with him about the end of the season, a busy offseason, recruiting and international swimming.
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.