The SMU Classic came through with some shockingly-fast early-season swims on the women’s side, with USC taking the crown by a half-point over Louisville.
The University of Louisville men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams open their home slate at the Ralph Wright Natatorium this weekend with a dual meet against the University of Michigan.
The men’s side saw a thrilling battle that came down to the final race, with Virginia beating Penn State by 2 points.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama’s Zachary Smith has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Notre Dame for 2018-19.
Mallory Comerford of Louisville has been selected as the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Week, and Florida State’s Ayla Bonniwell and Miami’s Wally Layland have been named Co-Divers of the Week. On the men’s side Virginia Tech’s Lane Stone has been named the ACC Men’s Swimmer of the Week, and Joshua Davidson of Florida State has been tabbed as the Men’s Diver of the Week.
Izaak Bastian of the Bahamian National Team and Saint Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, Florida has verbally committed to Florida State University for 2018-19.
Arguably the main event at the 2017 SMU Classic occurred not in the competition pool, but the warm down pool.
Florida State closed the meet with their 2nd Pool Record of the weekend as they topped Duke but fell to Virginia Tech.
Pitt diving coach Katie Hazelton will lead a Pitt Athletics Knock-Out Breast Cancer event on Wednesday at Shape Training in Shadyside.
After winning last night’s 100 breast handily, she was a full second ahead of the field in tonight’s 200 breast with her 2:08.20
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey had a sensational meet, swimming her way to not 1, but 2 best times in the 100 free and, yes thats right, the 200 breast.
USC’s Louise Hansson had a big day 2 at the SMU Classic, throwing down top tier times in both the 200 back and 200 IM.
The 24th annual SMU Women’s Classic concluded tonight in Lewisville, Texas with exceptional swimming for the month on October
She and Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey went head-to-head, flipping just a hundredth apart (22.93 to 22.94) at the 100. Comerford had the back half speed to get it done, though, touching in 47.00 to Haughey’s 47.22.
Several nation-leading swims came on Friday night as the 24th annual SMU Women’s Classic kicked off in Lewisville, Texas