The freshmen, women swimmers describe their first Pac-12 dual meets as they look forward to the Texas Invitational.
This week's Q&A features freshman swimmer, Mik Ranslem about swimming at Arizona. Read more to find out her favorite band.
This week's Taking a Splash features senior swimmer, Taylor Schick about life in and out of the pool at Arizona. Read more to find out her rare, interesting fact.
TUCSON, Ariz. – Arizona swimming and diving split its dual meet with USC on Saturday, with the No. 21 men's team upsetting the No. 18 Trojans, 172-126 while the women fell, 156-144 at Hillenbrand.
TUCSON, Ariz. – The Arizona women's swimming and diving team claimed a victory in its first Pac-12 meet of the year defeating UCLA in a close meet, 160-140 at Hillenbrand Aquatic Center.
The first Q&A for the women features sophomore Alexandra Martelle about her life as a swimmer and more.
This week's Q&A features swimmer Nick Thorne with questions about life in and out of the pool.
Arizona men's and women's swimming and diving dominated UNLV and Washington State in the first meet of the year at Hillenbrand Aquatic Center on Friday. The men defeated UNLV 197-92 while the women took down both the Rebels (198-94) and the Cougars (182-98).
Arizona swimming and diving alum Margo Geer and eight other finalists were honored on Sunday night at the NCAA Woman of the Year Banquet in Indianapolis.
The second edition of the Arizona women's swimming and diving freshman classes' blog is out. The Cats cover the first day of classes and U.S. Junior National Team selection, and talk about Wildcat practices and recruitment weekend.
Margo Geer is one of nine finalists for the NCAA Woman of the Year, an award that has been won four times by an Arizona student athlete, more than any other school in the NCAA.
Arizona swimming and diving's Margo Geer has been selected as one of nine finalists in the running for NCAA Woman of the Year, the association announced on Friday, after the candidates were narrowed down from 30. The nine finalists include only three women from each division.