The first dual meet of the 2021-2022 NCAA swimming & diving season took place yesterday, with UNC Wilmington hosting Army for a men’s and women’s meet.
Wiktor Perkowski, who held multiple top-10 NAIA times this past season, will transfer from Union College (KY) to Milligan University as a graduate transfer.
UVA will host five dual meets over the course of the season, along with the second annual Cavalier Invite.
UNC recruit Katie Rauch (pictured) headlines the Tar Heel class with her outstanding versatility on backstroke and freestyle.
Hanson is under investigation and Athletic Director Liz Jarnigan was fired after two athletes alleged that Hanson had emotionally and sexually abused them.
UNC Wilmington is hosting Army at the Seahawk Natatorium, which will be the first official NCAA meet of the season.
Northwestern’s Ashley Strouse is capable of coming in and scoring at the NCAA level right away with elite best times in the freestyle events.
The Golden Grizzlies’ schedule includes seven regular-season home meets at the Oakland Aquatic Center.
20.4/45.0 sprinter Max zum Tobel has announced his verbal commitment to NC State for the 2022-23 school year.
Pitt’s 2021-22 slate includes six home meets at Trees Pool and several challenging road tests leading up to postseason competition.
Cassidy Lima’s current 50 freestyle time would’ve ranked her as the 2nd fastest performer on the team last year, only behind CAA Champion Evan Arsenault.
Norgaard was a 2019 World Championship finalist in the men’s 1500 freestyle, setting a Danish Record in the prelims in a time of 14:47.75.
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