NC State vs. Wisconsin – Day 1 of 2 October 27th-28th, 2017 Madison, Wisconsin – University of Wisconsin Day 1…
Hungary’s Adel Juhasz has announced she will attend Virginia Tech in the fall.
Senior Nate Carr set a WVU Natatorium record in the 400 individual medley to highlight victories for the West Virginia University swimming and diving teams against Seton Hall and Xavier on Saturday morning.
Cincinnati, Ohio’s Lucy Callard has announced her verbal commitment to Duke University for 2018-19. Callard swims for The Seven Hills…
The Florida State swimming and diving teams will head out west to face a nationally respected (RV/8) Arizona State Sun Devils squad in Tempe, Ariz. On Saturday at 11 a.m.
María Artigas of Madrid, Spain has given a verbal commitment to the University of Miami for 2018-19.
Barrington, Illinois’ Maggie Emary has announced her verbal commitment to Florida State University for 2018-19.
The women’s team came down to the final race, with the Yellow Jackets winning the 400 free relay to seal the deal.
Looking to build on its success from last week’s victories over Penn State & Duke, the No. 6/13 NC State men’s & women’s swimming & team competes against Wisconsin on Oct. 27 at 5:00 P.M. (ET) and Oct. 28 at 11:00 A.M (ET) inside the UW Natatorium.
Matthew Limbacher, who swims for Naples High School and T2 Aquatics, has verbally committed to Notre Dame.
Lauren Hew from the Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands has verbally committed to swim for the Seminoles next fall.
Laney Thomas from Rockwood Swim Club and Lafayette High School has verbally committed to swim for Boston College in the fall.
The Virginia men and women racked up 2 more wins each last weekend with victories over ACC rival Pittsburgh and SEC foe LSU.
On the men’s side, freshman Zach Yeadon continued to impress for the Irish. He was body lengths ahead of the field in the 500 free.
A handful of Pool Record were broken throughout the meet, 2 of which fell at the hands of Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey.