East Carolina head coach Rick Kobe became the 6th (or maybe 7th*) coach in NCAA history to crack the 500 win…
The Pitt Panthers and head coach Chuck Knoles are celebrating their 100th year of swimming. (Video Courtesy: Pitt Athletics)
With a sweep at Duke today, Stephanie Peacock and the North Carolina Tar Heels went 4-0 for the weekend.
Florida State picked up a home win against in-state rival Miami Friday night, winning 12 of 16 events en route to a 174-113 win.
UNC’s Alex Gianino won two individual events as the North Carolina men snuck by NC State’s impressive sprint group.
Michigan women lead by 4 at Ohio State with one day remaining, Buckeye men beat WVU, await Wolverine men tomorrow
Ohio State started strong, but the Wolverines battled back to take a 4-point lead into Saturday. Meanwhile, the Buckeye men beat up on West Virginia as they prepare for a battle with the Wolverines tomorrow.
Duke will conclude their regular season at home against the UNC Tar Heels.
UNC’s Logan Heck’s sprint swims were the key to the Tar Heels’ victory over Virginia on Saturday.
Duke Coach Dan Colella: “We’re really excited about the men and women that are going to be joining us and what they’re going to be able to contribute immediately in their freshman year. They’re going to have a big impact.”
The Golden Gopher men and women combined for 9 straight wins to close the meet in dominating fashion over a fired-up NC State squad that put up huge performances on the road.
The Virginia women were victorious while the Tar Heel men came back to win at home.
Following an ACC dual meet Friday evening against nationally-ranked Virginia, the Duke women’s swimming and diving team returned to the pool in strong form Saturday afternoon, defeating the Richmond women by a score of 160-131.
Kiera Janzen had a big 200 free win for the Lady Gophers while the Wolfpack men put up multiple season-bests on the way to a one-point day one lead.
Caryle Blondell is stepping up big for Louisville this season, giving them hopes of a second top-10 finish at NCAA’s in the last three years.
Virginia’s Parker Camp won a pair of individual events as the Virginia Cavaliers swept Duke on the road.