The NCAA Division 1 and 2 rankings were influenced heavily by several Florida teams at the FSU Quad this weekend.
Big leads from day 1 held up as the UNC Tar Heels got a pair of big ACC wins at home over the Louisville Cardinals.
The Stanford Cardinal men topped high-flying NC State in Palo Alto Saturday, with senior Gray Umbach coming up with two clutch wins in a back-and-forth showdown.
The Miami Hurricanes lost both relays but still managed to beat the visiting Princeton Tigers Friday night 156-144.
The two-day dual meet between the UNC Tar Heels and Louisville Cardinals has North Carolina leading at home in both the men’s and women’s meets in surprisingly dominant efforts.
Backstroker Kohle Kerchner has made a verbal commitment to swim for Pitt next year. “I chose Pitt because I felt at home there and I loved the team, and the program.”
The Clemson diving team competed in the one and three-meter events in double-dual meet competition against East Carolina and Richmond Saturday in Greensboro, N.C.
Off to a 1-0 ledger in its regular season, the No. 5 NC State men’s swimming and diving team will take its turn competing on the west coast, as it will face No. 2 California Friday and No. 7 Stanford Saturday.
The University of Miami swimming & diving team opens its home slate Friday afternoon with a meet against visiting Princeton at Gulliver Preparatory School.
SwimAtlanta’s Erin Scott is the latest commit in a broad and deep Virginia Tech class of 2020.
The University of Georgia Bulldogs were never in doubt as they led from start to finish against their in-state rivals….
With both the men’s and women’s teams represented in the national rankings for the first time in program history, Duke is set to return to Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion Saturday.
Leah Smith’s 9:42.23 in the 1000 free gave her the fastest time in the nation so far this season, as the Cavaliers defeated Michigan and Penn State and rose to the top of the CSCAA’s second 2015-16 poll.
After earning a spot in the national rankings for the first time in program history last week, the Duke women’s swimming and diving team jumped five spots to No. 17 in Wednesday’s CSCAA poll.