Follow along with all the conference championship action with this roundup of the big conference championships going on across the country over the next month.
2014 ACC Women’s Championship Fan Guide: Virginia goes for 7-straight as Notre Dame, Pitt join ACC party
Courtney Bartholomew is one of the big-name swimmers hoping to lead Virginia to its 7th-straight ACC title. They’ll go toe-to-toe with UNC at Greensboro to kick off the major conference meet season.
Pitt coach Chuck Knoles has been ‘mic’ed up’ for a swim practice. See what happens.
Virginia’s men’s and women’s swimmers completed action on the first day of the Cavalier InviteFriday (Feb. 14) at the Aquatic and…
The two-day meet will be the final competition for the Blue Devil swimmers prior to the 2014 ACC Championships in Greensboro, N.C.
Virginia Tech’s Nathan Hoisington went from 43rd in the conference to 10th in the 100 breaststroke over the weekend, and earned Swimmer of the Week honors for his efforts.
Frank Dyer of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish broke the school record in the 1000 free on Saturday, despite being a race he doesn’t train all that often.
The Cavaliers won every event except the men’s 100 fly, where Pitt’s David Sweeney pulled off a touchout for the Panthers.
Former Auburn All-American Katie Gardocki, who finished her college eligibility less than a year ago, has joined the staff at Florida State.
Notre Dame head men’s coach Tim Welsh will coach his last home meet on Saturday.
The University of Pittsburgh men’s and women’ swimming and diving teams head south this Saturday to face ACC counterpart Virginia at 9:30 a.m. at the Aquatic and Fitness Center.
Duke’s Nick McCrory has won his 5th ACC Diver of the Week award of the season.
The Irish broke two pool records in their wins, while the Northwestern women came back from a 16-point deficit to top Iowa. The Missouri State men also competed, beating Iowa but falling to Notre Dame.
North Carolina State University owned the sprint races in their regular season finale at home against Virginia. That was enough for the men to power away from the Cavaliers, but the Wolfpack women dropped the meet to a hard-charging Virginia squad.
East Carolina head coach Rick Kobe became the 6th (or maybe 7th*) coach in NCAA history to crack the 500 win…