NC State Swimming & Diving Announces 2021-22 Schedule

by SwimSwam 15

September 08th, 2021 ACC, College, News

Courtesy: NC State Athletics

RALEIGH – The 2021-22 competition slate for the NC State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams was released by 11th-year head coach Braden Holloway on Tuesday. The schedule features three home dual weekends at the Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center, and the Pack is also set to host a solid group of squads for an invitational in Greensboro, N.C., in November.


2021-22 Schedule Overview
Oct. 13 • UNC Triple Distance Meet (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Oct. 15 & 16 • Tennessee (Raleigh, N.C.)
Oct. 22 & 23 • Auburn/Kentucky (Auburn, Ala.)
Nov. 18-20 • NC State Invitational (Greensboro, N.C.)
Dec. 16-21 • FINA World Championships (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
Jan. 3-6 • Tennessee Diving Invitational (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Jan. 14 • UNC (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Jan. 15 • Duke (Raleigh, N.C.)
Jan. 22 • Virginia (Charlottesville, Va.)
Jan. 28 & 29 • Texas Women/UNCW Men (Raleigh, N.C.)
Feb. 4-6 • First Chance Meet (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Feb. 16-19 • ACC Swimming & Diving Championships (Atlanta, Ga.)
March 5-8 • NCAA Zone B Diving Championships (Atlanta, Ga.)
March 16-19 • Women’s NCAA Championships (Atlanta, Ga.)
March 23-26 • Men’s NCAA Championships (Atlanta, Ga.)


NC State’s regular season starts with the UNC Triple Distance event on Wednesday, Oct. 13 before the team steps into dual meet action Oct. 15-16 against Tennessee. After hosting the Vols, the Pack will hit the road as it makes the trip to Auburn for a tri meet with the Eagles and Kentucky.

The Pack will host the NC State Invitational at the Greensboro Aquatic Center from Nov. 18-20, with invited teams including UNC, Duke, Army, Arizona State, Penn State and Stanford. The meet will be run in a championships-style format, with morning preliminary sessions and evening finals.

Following the FINA World Championships in December, NC State opens the 2022 calendar year with its divers competing at the Tennessee Diving Invitational from Jan. 3-6.

NC State takes on both of its fellow Triangle programs on back-to-back days with a road dual at UNC (Jan. 14) and a home meet against Duke (Jan. 15) before visiting Virginia on Jan. 22.

The Wolfpack will then close out the regular season with a final weekend of home action. The Wolfpack women will take on Texas’ women on Friday, Jan. 28, followed by a dual between the Pack men and UNCW’s men on Saturday, Jan. 29.

The Wolfpack’s postseason will begin with the 2022 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships event, which will be held in Atlanta on the campus of Georgia Tech. This season, the women and men will compete during the same span of days from Feb. 15-19.

The NCAA Zone B Diving Championships will also be hosted by Georgia Tech and will run March 5-8, and the Pack’s season will conclude with the 2022 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. The women’s championship meet will be held in Atlanta from March 16-19, with the men in action the following week from March 23-26.

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Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

With this schedule, I see 0 wins for NC State! Overrated freshman class, team is all hype per usual, won’t preform when it matters. IU would destroy the measly wolfpack!!!!

Last edited 1 month ago by Hoosier Daddy
Bruh
Reply to  Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

😂😂talk to em‼️‼️ they don’t even wanna go against the Texas men either 👎👎👎

Uh Oh stinky
Reply to  Bruh
1 month ago

Inside sources actually say the Texas men are the ones who pussied out.

David Curtiss
Reply to  Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

bet.

Pack Mack
Reply to  David Curtiss
1 month ago

Love it. Simple declaration. No Hype!

coachymccoachface
Reply to  Pack Mack
1 month ago

Is David Curtiss the Kevin Durant of college swimming? Like always online?

Snarky
Reply to  Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

Someone in Hoser Town’s been smoking the crack pipe too long!

GOOOO WUFPACK
Reply to  Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

K

Urmom
Reply to  Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

Omg yes the wolfpack stinks!!!!!!!!!!! They r so bad 🤣🤣🤣 soooo overrated for sure I couldn’t have said it better myself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!🙌🤣🤣🤣🤣

Poopypants
Reply to  Hoosier Daddy
1 month ago

Bruh who says measly

SwimLuvr
1 month ago

My High School substitute teacher at math {#**+>?’~ is an NC State!!!! So yeah… you better believe it!!!!

DaBaby from Charlotte
1 month ago

The meet against Texas is on Katharine Berkoff’s birthday! I hope they have a big win for her because I know how much she loves the wolfpack and having fun at swim meets because it’s her birthday! Let’s celebrate!

Abba
1 month ago

Do the Wuffies announce ahead of time that they simply are gonna finish fourth?

ACC fan
Reply to  Abba
1 month ago

Women were 2nd last year

Susan J Clark
7 days ago

Where is the live feed for Tennessee swim meet Oct 15-16?