In one of the most highly-anticipated duals on the college swimming calendar, the #5/12 NC State men’s & women’s swimming & diving team will host #9/2 Texas on Friday, Nov. 10 inside the Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center.
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Siobhan Haughey’s Michigan Wolverines are one of two teams making big leaps into our top 5.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will host Louisville and Princeton in a two-day meet beginning on Friday (Nov. 10) at the Aquatic and Fitness Center in Charlottesville, Va.
Coming off an upset loss to in-state rival Texas A&M, the defending NCAA champion Texas men will travel to fast-rising NC State in the marquee dual of the weekend. Meanwhile the NC State women also battle Texas, with the Wolfpack ladies returning home from a brutal road swing in California against Stanford and Cal.
Texas A&M’s win over the Texas men was the biggest headline of the weekend, while the Texas women’s win over A&M was an upset in its own right.
The NCAA season this fall has been almost as focused on who’s not swimming as on who is. That’s because a number of key contributors have been absent, some mysteriously, for the bulk of their team’s fall dual meets.
Tennessee’s Micah Bohon, Erika Brown, and Tess Cieplucha led the way for the Volunteer women as they took down Louisville last Thursday.
Meet Stats November 4th, 2017 Tallahassee, Florida Florida State vs. Florida Southern vs. North Florida (W) vs. West Florida (W)…
Cal’s Kathleen Baker and Amy Bilquist put on a show in the 100 back, flipping in almost identical splits at the 50 before Baker pulled ahead for the win.
The H2Okies continue to add to their already impressive prospective class of 2022, bringing in verbal commitments from divers Brooke Leftwich of Roanoke, Virginia and Izzi Mroz of Denver, Colorado.
Haley Dolan of Seaholm High School and the Birmingham ‘Y’ Blue Dolphins has announced her verbal commitment to swim for Boston College in 2018-19.
Drabot held a slight lead over defending NCAA champion Ella Eastin throughout the race, holding her off in the final 50 to win it 1:54.49 to 1:54.70. That’s a lifetime best for Drabot by 5 seconds per the USA Swimming database.
VIRGINIA VS. DUKE November 3rd, 2017 Charlottesville, VA Full results Men’s Score: Virginia 169, Duke 131 Women’s Score: Virginia 182,…
Zorry Mason of Louisville’s duPont Manual High School and Cardinal Aquatics has handed her verbal commitment to the University of Miami.