The University of Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving team announced 10 signees for the class of 2019 in the early signing period. The 10-man squad is the second largest class in the history of the program, after the class of 2015 (currently at 11 swimmers, 3 divers).
Leah Smith (pictured) won back-to-back races to open things up for the Virginia women, while Simonas Bilis went 4-for-4 for NC State’s men.
The Michigan State Spartans fell to the Irish of Notre Dame on Friday night in East Lansing
The Notre Dame women won 10 of the 16 events to secure a win over the University of Illinois
The NC State swimming and diving team is primed for its second dual meet of the year against Virginia on Saturday, Nov. 15. The meet is set for a 3 p.m. start in Charlottesville, Va., at the Aquatic and Fitness Center on campus.
U.S. National Teamer Ben Colley and the UNC Tar Heels will host a big meet next weekend.
Sean Tate from Omaha, Nebraska has committed to become a Duke Blue Devil.
Pittsburgh’s Brian Lovasik has made the decision to swim at University of Pittsburgh.
Susan Hynes, from Chesapeake, Virginia, signed with Duke University for 2015-16.
The Irish square off with Michigan State Friday evening in their last dual meet of the fall season.
Qian Yi Pang is the fourth diver in the class of 2019 to give a verbal commitment to the Tarheels.
North Carolina diver Sara Maleski has made a verbal commitment to the Tarheels for 2015-16.
The Lakewood High School record-breaker verbally committed to join the Pitt Panthers in 2015.
North Carolina sophomore Jack Nyquist and teammate Elissa Dawson helped the Tar Heels capture two ACC Swimming and Diving weekly awards, as each turned in solid performances against Louisville this past weekend.
Cooper Hoffman from Countryside High School in Clearwater, Florida has verbally committed to the Florida State Seminoles. Hoffman will join…