Pittsburgh Head Coach John Hargis offers insight on the team’s highest-ever points accumulation and team finish at the recent 2020 Men’s ACC Championships.
The three-time defending NCAA Champion Stanford women are seeded only 9th, by swimming points, for the upcoming national championship meet in March.
Virginia Tech sophomore Blake Manoff analyzes his team’s 4th-place overall finish and their prospects for breaking into the top-3 next year.
Blaise Vera discusses the team culture that helped drive the University of Pittsburgh to its highest-ever team finish at the 2020 ACC Championships.
Distance specialist Zachary Smith of Eagle Swim Team has announced his verbal commitment to join the Florida State Seminoles in the fall of 2020.
With NCAA Championship season shifting into high gear this month, the organization has formed a panel of medical professionals and student-athlete liaisons.
NC State sophomore Nyls Korstanje had a successful ACC Championships, winning both the 50 and 100 freestyles as well as finishing 3rd in the 100 fly.
UVA freshman Kate Douglass will repeat her multi-discipline event lineup from ACCs at her first NCAA Championships later this month.
NC State junior and returning NCAA scorer Julia Poole has returned to the 400 IM with her NCAA entries after swimming the 200 free instead at ACCs.
Virginia senior Ted Schubert discusses UVA’s rise from 6th at ACCs in 2017 with 0 points scored at NCAAs to 2nd at ACCs in 2020 (and 10th at NCAAs in 2019).
After the meet wrapped up Saturday, Stewart took a few minutes to speak to SwimSwam about how the experiences last summer have stayed with him to today.
Despite his multitude of accomplishments, Albiero is not above helping “change the pool,” in other words, moving lane lines.
Five different NC State swimmers scored 70 or more points, and diving gave the Wolfpack a boost of 123 points the week before men’s swimming began.
Louisville’s Mitchell Whyte took 2nd in both the 100 and 200 back at the ACC Championships. His time of 1:39.46 in the 200 moves him to #4 in the nation.
The Virginia women won the ACC title last week, but the Cavalier men could not overcome NC State, giving each program a title and runners-up finish in 2020.