With the ACC Championships looming on the horizon, the #6/15 NC State swimming & diving team is set to take on UNC-Chapel Hill Friday evening inside Koury Natatorium.
As part of the autonomy system, the five major NCAA conferences voted last week to provide medical treatment to student-athletes for at least two years after the student leaves the institution.
Talented British diver Lydia Rosenthall has joined the Pitt women’s swimming & diving program, diving coach Katie Hazelton officially announced Tuesday.
SwimMAC’s Jack Walker has verbally committed to swim for the University of Virginia in 2019-20.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish completed their two day dual against FSU, winning against their men and women today.
David Dixon was just off his best times in the 100 and 200 fly, while The Mountaineers won 11 of 16 events in the men’s meet, but the WVU women fell to Pitt.
Virginia and NC State split in their first dual meet in Todd DeSorbo’s tenure at Virginia.
ND freshman Zach Yeadon picked up two wins today as the Fighting Irish hold a slight lead over the Florida State Seminoles.
On the men’s side, Alabama All-American Laurent Bams picked up a sweep of the breaststroke events.
The #6/15 NC State men’s & women’s diving team is set to travel to Charlottesville, Virginia, for an ACC duel with #23/8 Virginia Friday night inside the University of Virginia Aquatic & Fitness Center.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will host NC State and North Carolina in weekend meets at the Aquatic and Fitness Center in Charlottesville, Va.
Representatives from the NCAA’s Power 5 conferences (and athlete representatives) will meet this week to consider and vote on proposals to “enhance the student-athlete experience.”
Louisville will look to extend their streak against Kentucky, as the Cardinals have won nine straight against the Wildcats.
The California men and Texas A&M women retained the top rankings in the latest dual meet poll from the Collegiate Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).
High school junior Josh Cohen has verbally committed to Georgia Tech’s class of 2023.