Coleman Weibley will finish his tenure with the Florida State Seminoles on Friday, as he has accepted a job with…
Brad Oberg of South Carolina and MaryKathryn Terry of Georgia have both given verbal commitments to the Georgia Institute of Technology beginning with the 2014-15 season.
The world better watch out for what Augie Busch and the Virginia Cavaliers are bringing to the pool deck. Their impressive triumph over the Naval Academy and Yale proves they’re taking no prisoners this year.
“We knew going in that through all these events, we were going to have a real challenge on our hands with the Seahawks,” said head coach Dan Colella.
Pavel Sankovich won a pair of events as the Seminoles tipped North Carolina State and Georgia Tech in Tallahassee.
NOVA of Virginia star Jessie Gvozdas has given her verbal commitment to Virginia.
The Duke women’s recruiting class now looks a lot like a top-10 class, at least, in the 2014 rankings.
“We’re definitely ready to get underway with some dual meet competition,” said head coach Dan Colella. “We swam in Greensboro a few weeks ago and I was pleased with the performances there. I think we learned some valuable lessons, things that we need to continue to work on and things that they’ve been attentive to working on…”
UNC adds one male and female to their verbals from the 2014 class. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The meet, which will be UVa’s first under first-year head coach Augie Busch, will be contested in 25 meters, as opposed to the 25 yards that will be seen in the rest of the Cavaliers’ meets this season. Live results will be available and linked through VirginiaSports.com.
“We are excited to swim against some great competition this weekend,” said NC State head coach Braden Holloway. “It’s been a long time since NC State has been in Tallahassee. The meet is going to be outdoors, so I think the team is excited for a change in scenery.”
The weekly award winners from the SEC, Big 10, ACC, AAC, Big 12, and MAC conferences have been released. UNC’s Stephanie Peacock was the ACC Swimmer of the Week.
Maria Sheridan, who swims for SwimMAC, will stay in home state of North Carolina as she verbally committed to Duke (Photo Credit: USA Swimming)
Virginia swimming and diving head coach Augie Busch previews the first meet of the season at Navy on Oct. 25. Cavalier women square off with Yale as well as Navy.
Hanna House of the Carmel Swim Club is staying closer to home than her initial commitment and going to Notre Dame instead of Virginia.