After wrapping up regular season action two weeks ago, the Duke women’s swimming and diving team competes at the 2016 ACC Championship Wednesday through Saturday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.
The University of Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving team left campus Monday afternoon, traveling to Greensboro, N.C. for the 2016 ACC Championship meet. The meet starts Wednesday, February 17 and runs through Saturday, February 20 and is being held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
Conference championship season is upon us and the Fighting Irish have come out with a hype video to get them ready for ACC Championships.
Psych sheets have been published for the 2016 ACC Championship meet, and the defending double butterfly NCAA Champion is entered…
NC State swimmer Jon Burkett, Duke swimmer Kathryn Eckhart, North Carolina swimmer Rachel Canty and Clemson diver Sarah Blank have been named this week’s Atlantic Coast Conference Swimming and Diving Performers of the Week.
Over two dozens new career bests were posted by the athletes swimming in the third day of competition at the Carolina College Invite, NC.
Competition on the second day of the Carolina College Invite consisted of more season/career bests and one new school record from Natalie Labonge for NC State, featured above.
Many season and career-best times were swam by non-conference swimmers today at the Carolina College Invitational in North Carolina’s Kaury Natatorium.
After a strong showing in its tri-meet at Chapel Hill last weekend, the NC State swimming and diving team heads back to Koury Natatorium for the Carolina College Invitational this weekend.
In preparation for the coming month of NCAA action, we’ve compiled a listing of every conference meet in the NCAA’s Division I.
A week after wrapping up the regular season in Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion, the Duke men and women begin postseason competition with this weekend’s Carolina College Invitational. The three-day meet begins Friday at North Carolina’s Koury Natatorium.
North Carolina divers Elissa Dawson and Jack Nyquist, NC State swimmer Hennessey Stuart and diver Rachel Mumma, Louisville swimmer Grigory Tarasevich and Virginia swimmer Leah Smith were named this week’s Atlantic Coast Conference Swimming and Diving Performers of the Week.
Michigan’s Paul Powers is among those men with a LCM-converted time sitting well-above last year’s NCAA Championships invite mark.
Through January 2016, Cal’s Ryan Murphy still holds the top times in both backstroke events within the NCAA Division I.
North Carolina women’s team set six new pool records while the Duke men boast two new records of their own on Senior Day at the Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion, Durham, NC.