Pitt won a combined 28 of 32 events en route to beating the Big Red in the men’s and women’s meets.
David Dixon was just off his best times in the 100 and 200 fly, while The Mountaineers won 11 of 16 events in the men’s meet, but the WVU women fell to Pitt.
The Virginia men and women racked up 2 more wins each last weekend with victories over ACC rival Pittsburgh and SEC foe LSU.
The Pitt swimming & diving team opens its 2017-18 home schedule this weekend with a two-day tri-meet against two perennial collegiate swimming powerhouses: Virginia of the Atlantic Coast Conference and LSU of the Southeastern Conference.
Caio Pumputis was key in leading the Georgia Tech men to a win over Pittsburgh.
The Pitt swimming & diving teams will host a dual meet for the first time in more than two months…
PITTSBURGH—The Pitt swimming & diving team returns to action this weekend in Atlanta at the AT&T Winter Nationals as a…
On the final night of competition at the 2016 Speedo Sectionals in Gresham, Oregon, Denver Hilltoppers’ Kyle Robrock zeroed in on his best time in the 50 free for a 22.93, just off of his PR of 22.90.
The Lakewood High School record-breaker verbally committed to join the Pitt Panthers in 2015.