The Georgia Tech Aquatic Center will host the 2015 edition of the ACC men’s and women’s swimming & diving championships.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams host their first meet of the season, a quad meet against Penn State, Texas and West Virginia, this weekend (Nov. 8-9) at the Aquatic and Fitness Center.
“I’m looking for our program to raise their race awareness and toughness on finishing races, said Coach Holloway. “We have struggled at times in finishing races, so hopefully we can take another step forward in this area.”
Duke will face William & Mary for the first time since the 2005-06 season Saturday in the Blue Devils’ home opener. The men’s squad is 5-0 and the Tribe women are 4-2 entering the non-conference dual meet.
A pair of All-Americans will be making transfer decisions this fall with two years of eligibility left.
All-American Nick Alexiou is one of two sophomores who have decided to transfer from Virginia.
Rob Whitacre from the Central Jersey Aquatic Club has verbally committed to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Whitacre hails from…
Purdue’s Carly Mercer and Notre Dame’s Emma Reaney each swim a pair of NCAA B-cut times as Purdue edges out Notre Dame to win their fifth straight.
Caryle Blondell is the new NCAA leader in the 100 yard freestyle.
Connor Kalisz of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club has verbally committed to Florida State, he announced this evening via Twitter….
Video and copy courtesy of VirginiaSports.com: Virginia senior swimmer Parker Camp (Brentwood, Tenn.) talks to VirginiaSports.com about the Cavaliers’ first meet, goals…
Pitt coach Chuck Knoles continues to build his young freestyle group this fall.
Bolles breaststroker Meghan Haila has verbally committed to the Florida State Seminoles. Haila swims for the Bolles School Sharks club team,…
“Chapel Hill stoodout to me because of their outstanding academics and amazing swim team,” Lechner said. “The team atmosphere and coaching staff is phenomenal, and I cannot wait to be a part of the team next year.”
Several conferences announced their weekly swimming and diving award winners. Louisville’s Joao De Lucca, pictured above, is the AAC male swimmer of the week.