Padington, who is currently taking an Olympic redshirt year, placed third in both the 500 and 1650 free at the 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships.
Andrea Podmanikova, a 3-time AAC breaststroke champion, will transfer to the ACC champion NC State Wolfpack in the fall of 2020.
NC State’s Makayla Sargent and Virginia Tech’s Blake Manoff have been named ACC Female and Male Swimmers of the Week.
The University of Pittsburgh Panthers swept all 32 events agains the visiting Denison University Big Red in inter-division action Friday afternoon.
ACC Champion Caio Pumputis was nearly 3 seconds ahead of the field in the 200 free, setting the pace early on en route to a 1:36.85.
The Virginia Tech men hung on to narrowly defeat Virginia at home, while the Cavalier women topped the Hokies by 70 points.
After winning the 200 free, Stewart returned to win the 100 fly, dominating in 47.19. Last season, he was the NCAA runner-up in that event.
The Notre Dame men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams are a combined 4-1 in dual meets since their New Year’s training trip to Naples, Florida.
Though he was disqualified in the 1000 free early on, Yeadon came back to set a new Pool Record in the 500 free. Coleen Gillilan also set a Pool Record.
FSU and LSU split on Friday as the LSU women and FSU men earned victories. Peter Varjasi led the way for the Noles with 3 wins and a new Pool Record.
Kylee Alons had a pair of highlight swims for the Wolfpack as the NC State men and women beat ACC rival UNC on the road.
Athena Vanyo is one of 2 early commitments for the Virginia Tech women in the high school class of 2021. She’s the defending 3A Virginia State Champion int he 100 fly.
Alex Eastmond, an Illinois High School State Championship qualifier, is our first-reported female commitment for the Hokies in the class of 2021.
Hierath represented Germany at the 2018 European Junior Championships and the 2019 European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships.
The Division III Tufts men beat Division I Boston College this week for the first time since 2008, while the Boston College women rolled.