Hugo Gonzalez will not eligible to compete for Cal this season, but will be able to swim beginning in the fall of 2019.
Virginia seems to have done well by stealing an assistant from a conference rival. Will UNC learn from them and go after Tyler Fenwick?
Like in 2018, the Stanford women again have 18 swimmers that will earn invites to NCAAs.
Holding true to her word from ACCs, Louisville senior Mallory Comerford will not swim the 500 free at the 2019 NCAA…
Ella Eastin, in spite of dabbling in the 200 back at Pac-12s (and winning a conference title), will shift back to her standard NCAA Championship schedule of 200 IM, 400 IM, and 200 fly.
North Carolina head swimming & diving coach Rich DeSelm will resign his position at the end of the season, he announced…
NC State junior Coleman Stewart and Georgia Tech sophomore Caio Pumputis were named Co-MVPs of the 2019 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships.
They were able to win the meet by 261 points despite winning only 3 events, compared to 13 event wins last year.
After being committed to Eastern Michigan before they cut their program, Mitchell Whyte found himself at Louisville, and is now a surefire NCAA qualifier
In Greensboro, Kaleoaloha won both the 100 fly (44.93) and 100 free (42.34), and swam a time in the ‘C’ final of the 50 free (19.25) that would have been good enough for 2nd overall in the ‘A’ final.
Open water swimming Brendan Casey came away from ACC’s with 2 gold medals in the 400 IM and 1,650
Two-time ACC 200 fly champion Nick Albiero defended his title against a stacked field as he won gold for the second year in a row at the 2019 ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday in Greensboro.
UNC Last Chance Meet March 3, 2019 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Live Results James Madison junior Bonnie Zhang swam a 48.38…
Georgia Tech sophomore Caio Pumputis won two of his three events at the 2019 ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships and set a new Conference Record in the 200 breast.
Though NC State won fewer events than last year, every member of the team–swimmers and divers–scored points.