UC Santa Barbara will be represented by four swimmers at the USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships which will take place from Wednesday, Aug. 6-Sunday, Aug. 10 at the William Wollett, Jr., Aquatics Center, the home pool of Gaucho gold medalist Jason Lezak.
UC Santa Barbara women's swimmers Sophia Yamauchi and Allie Knight each earned Individual Honorable Mention Scholar All-America for 2013-14, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America announced Friday.
The UC Santa Barbara women's swimming and diving team program was honored with a CSCAA Scholar All-American Team award after recording a collective 3.13 GPA over the winter quarter, it was announced today.
Matt Macedo, former head men's swimming and diving head coach at UC San Diego, has been hired as Assistant Coach for the men's and women's swimming and diving programs at UC Santa Barbara, head coach Gregg Wilson announced today.
A total of twenty-three student-athletes have committed to join the UC Santa Barbara Swimming and Diving teams for the 2014-15 season by signing National Letters of Intent, head coach Gregg Wilson announced Thursday.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The UC Santa Barbara women’s swimming and diving team has earned Scholar All American honors from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. This is the second consecutive year in which Santa Barbara has garnered the accolade.
On the heels of an amazing run at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Women’s Swimming Championships, senior Andrea Ward is set to represent UC Santa Barbara at the NCAA Division I Swimming Championships this week in at the Minnesota Aquatic Center in Minneapolis.
The UCSB women's swim and dive team concluded day two of the MPSF Championships in second place with 209 points, 11 points behind leader UC Davis. Senior Andrea Ward set a school record in the 500 freestyle (4:46.99).
The UCSB women's swim and dive team got off to a fantastic start on Wednesday night in Monterey Park, Calif. The women swept the 200 medley relay and 800 freestyle relay, the only two women's events of day one.
For the first time in many years, both the men's and women's swim teams are ranked in the top 50 across the nation in Division 1. They each come in at the 45th spot according to the Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com rankings.
Gauchos compete in a pair of duals over the weekend as the divers head to UCLA for a diving invite. University of Nevada Reno (women only) will be coming into town on Friday, while UNLV competes on Saturday.