U.S. women's water polo attacker Maddie Musselman, an All-County performer from Corona del Mar who recently helped the Americans capture the FINA World Championships in Russia, has committed to UCLA, she confirmed Wednesday.
"Happy to be committed to UCLA" the class of 2016 recruit posted on Twitter.
The U.S. women’s water polo team’s global reign reached an historic level Friday with plenty of assistance from Orange County.
Tournament MVP Rachel Fattal (Los Alamitos) scored twice and fellow attackers Courtney Mathewson (Canyon) and Maddie Musselman (Corona del Mar) each added a goal as Team USA defea
Katie McLaughlin had a major assignment Thursday at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia, and she came through golden.
The Santa Margarita graduate and Mission Viejo Nadadores club swimmer was selected to race on the U.S. women’s 800-meter freestyle relay for the final, giving her two events to navigate in the day’s
Reigning Register boys swimmer of the year Grant Shoults has committed to Stanford, the Santa Margarita senior-to-be announced Saturday.
"It's been an exciting process learning about some of the top swimming programs across the country and getting to know some of the best coaches and swimmers in the world," the Mission Viejo
MISSION VIEJO – The smiles and high fives from Katie McLaughlin seemed to flow with a new-found confidence and comfort over the weekend at the TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions.
And once again Sunday, her world-class execution in the pool featured a similar ease.
If this really was a farewell meet of sorts fo
MISSION VIEJO – Katie McLaughlin flashed a sly smile just before the finals of the women’s 50-meter freestyle Saturday night at the TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions.
The 17-year-old was about to experience the spoils of her record-setting performance earlier in the 200 freestyle and wore the look of a youngste
MISSION VIEJO One trademark of Bill Rose’s hall-of-fame coaching career has been his ability to challenge swimmers in ways that unlock potential. But even the Mission Viejo Nadadores’ master motivator doesn’t always know what surprise awaits.
Katie McLaughlin proved that Frid
MISSION VIEJO Like a youth eager to impress and full of vigor, Nitro Swimming attacked the first part of the men’s 1,500-meter freestyle Thursday.
The up-and-coming club from Austin, Texas, had two 16-year-olds and a 17-year-old holding down the top three spots early in the longest race on the opening night of the TYR Fran Crippen
A blend of U.S. national team members, international Olympians and up-and-coming talent is set to lead almost 1,000 swimmers into this weekend’s TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions in Mission Viejo.
The four-day meet kicks off Thursday at the Marguerite Recreation Center at 5 p.m. and will boast its largest field, said
The 2014-15 athletes and coaches of the year were awarded at the Marconi Museum in Tustin. Angels hall of famer Bobby Grich and former Ducks' goalie Guy Hebert were the guest speakers. Video by Jonathan Khamis and Drew A. Kelley, OCVarsity.com.
Click through the slideshow to see the Register's award winners and All-County teams for the 2014-15 season.
Here is a list of the Register's award winners, starting with the Athletes of the Year and then a list of
Northwood boys water polo coach Jocelyn Manderino, who guided the Timberwolves to the Division 1 playoffs in each of her two seasons in the challenging Pacific Coast League, has resigned for personal r
It was a perfect ending for Katie McLaughlin.
The Santa Margarita swimmer known for placing a high-value on team competition blazed the final four laps of the 400-yard freestyle relay earlier this month to seal her fo
The challenges for JSerra girls swimming coach Kevin Clements seemed to pile up this spring.
Standout sprinter Kaitlyn Albertoli was on the comeback trail after surgery and she battled asthma and allergies. Distance stalwart Brittany Kahn was slowed by a cranky shoulder. The Lions tried to stay afloat in the challeng
California’s inaugural CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships didn’t attract the majority of the top Orange County swimmers, but the state organization remains excited about the future of the meet even with a new obstacle on the horizon.
“This is only going to grow and become bigger and bigger,” Roger Blak