The Michigan were on fire this weekend, winning the high-profile Quad meet even though perhaps the best Wolverine swim didn’t even garner them any points.
NC State’s Simonas Bilis contributed three individual event wins to the Wolfpack sweep of Georgia Tech and Florida State.
Duke’s Peter Kropp contributed double breaststroke wins and an NCAA B cut to help Duke defeat UNC-Wilmington.
The Virginia Tech Hokies men’s and women’s teams both fell to University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
The Florida Gulf Coast women extended their winning streak against southern-Florida foes Miami to four straight years on Saturday, topping…
Texas freshman Joseph Schooling is already splitting under 46 seconds in the 100 fly on day 1 of the big Michigan-hosted quad meet.
University of Louisville Men and Women put up solid effort on Day 1 of the unique Quad Meet in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Luke Nosbisch and the Pitt Panthers dominated St. Bonaventure Friday night. The men won 157-80, while the women won by a score of 166-70
Yannick Kaeser was dominant across the two breaststroke wins in a Virginia home victory over Navy on Friday.
The Virginia Tech swimming & diving teams travel to North Carolina for a pair of dual meets at North Carolina at 5 p.m. on Saturday and at Duke at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Meg Brown of Greenwood Swimming has made a verbal commitment to Florida State University.
Zuhayr Pigot has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and will join the Tar Heel roster next fall.
“The ACC improves every year with teams performing at higher levels and new teams coming into the league,” said head coach Braden Holloway. “The conference produces great competition for each team and this weekend will show that.
Joseph Schooling and the Texas Longhorns are part of a star-studded weekend quad meet in Michigan which features college teams and pros from Texas, Michigan, Louisville and Indiana.