Several individual NCAA champions will be competing for ACC titles tonight, including reigning 200 fly champ, Aiden Hayes of NC State.
Virginia junior Gretchen Walsh should lead the Cavaliers to their fifth ACC title in a row — but behind them, it’s a toss-up predicting the standings.
A flurry of big names missed races this morning as it appears that Gretchen Walsh will instead race in Blacksburg today at a collegiate meet.
After safely making it into two A-finals, Shaine Casas has opted to put all his focus on the 100 fly, while Leah Smith will tackle the 200 free.
McIntosh will only contest the 400 free on Thursday, meaning the highly-anticipated showdown between her, Kate Douglass, and Alex Walsh will have to wait.
Alex Walsh will take on UVA teammate Ella Nelson and Tennessee’s Mona McSharry in tonight’s final of the women’s 200 breaststroke in Knoxville.
Alex Walsh and Gretchen Walsh are set for a women’s 200-yard freestyle showdown against University of Virginia teammate Aimee Canny on Thursday night.
Alex Walsh, the two-time defending NCAA champion in the 400 IM, will swim the 200 free on Thursday along with younger sister Gretchen.
The day has come. Today marks the fifth and final day of the 2023 Pan American Games in Santiago.
It feels like the end of an era with Douglass gone, but a stacked recruiting class combined with a veteran core has the Virginia women set for the future.
Merritt’s current personal best time of 54.21 would have qualified her for the C-final at this past year’s Big Ten Championships.
U.S. Olympic gold medalist Brooks Curry is among the swimmers that will represent the Stars and Stripes at the Pan Am Games in Santiago, Chile, in October.
The 5th and final day of racing at the 2023 U.S. National Championships will feature the 200 IM, 50 free, men’s 800, and women’s 1500.
Mason Laur won the men’s 400 IM ‘C’ final in a time that would have been fifth in the ‘A’ final. See all the swims you might have missed on night 3 here.
After breaking the American Record and swimming one of the fastest times in history, Regan Smith is the clear favorite in the women’s 200 fly in Indy.