The Virginia Cavaliers’ trio of Kate Douglass, Alex Walsh, and Gretchen Walsh take the program to 10th place in the all-time rankings with 11 new titles.
Cadence Fort, a member of USA Swimming’s Open Water National Team, has committed to join Florida State’s class of 2027.
We discuss the new coach of Notre Dame (Chris Lindauer) and Pitt (Chase Kreitler) as well as 5 storylines to follow at the 2022 US World Champ Trials.
Chase Kreitler’s most recent boss, Dave Durden, has a growing coaching tree. His prior boss, Eddie Reese, is really just beginning that part of his legacy.
In a letter sent out to the athletes last night, they were notified of the hire and that Kreitler will be in Pittsburgh next week to meet the team.
Lindauer joins Notre Dame after spending 13 seasons on Louisville’s coaching staff, having been promoted from assistant to associate head coach last year.
Futures qualifier and Carmel High School senior Connor Lathrop will stay in-state for college, committing to Notre Dame.
Maggie Foley, one of just 21 sophomore girls to be named NISCA All-Americans in 2021, has verbally committed to her hometown school Pitt.
Jacob Pishko, originally committed to swim for Navy in the class of 2026, has changed his commitment and will now head to Louisville next fall.
SwimMAC sprinter Tiesyn Harris has elected to remain in-state to swim for the University of North Carolina beginning next fall.
Douglass is one of 13 Cavaliers to be named to the women’s 2022 All-ACC Academic Team, while the men’s team had seven.
Ferraro and Pumputis both earned fifth-place finishes at men’s NCAAs, while Hidalgo was one of 20 female divers to compete on all three boards at nationals.
Kate Douglass was named the Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year while Nicolas Albiero and Anton Down-Jenkins were named co-winners of the men’s award.
Five members of the Duke swimming & diving team were named to the 2022 All-ACC Academic Team, the conference announced Thursday.
Shrum, a 2008 UVA grad, will return to his alma mater after spending the last six seasons as the head swimming and diving coach at Towson University.