Sam Tornqvist set a new Pool Record in the 200 back. His 1:41.70 was within a second of his best and eclipsed the 6-year-old record by a second.
Roberson won the 50 free in 19.78, becoming just the 11th swimmer to crack the 20 second mark in the NCAA this season
The Virginia Tech men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams opened the 2019-20 season in decisive fashion, defeating George Washington on both sides.
The Virginia Tech men and women defeated George Washington on both sides. Tech’s men claimed a 203-87 win while the women topped the Colonials 208-87.
Virginia Tech head swimming and diving coach Ned Skinner has announced the addition of 16 new H2Okies that will join…
Incoming freshman Gershwin Greene of the Baylor School and the Baylor Swim Club in Chattanooga, Tennessee has been selected to…
Samuel Törnqvist of Sollentuna, Sweden, has committed to swim for Virginia Tech beginning in the fall of 2017.
In the 100 back final, Walsh rocketed to a 52.80 to set a new State Record and win gold by 3 full seconds.
In the 200 free, Walsh blasted a 26.40 on the final 50 to swim past Hardin Valley’s Erica Laning (1:46.26), touching the wall for gold in 1:45.24.
SwimMAC’s Alex McMurry, from Huntersville, North Carolina, has made a verbal commitment to swim for the Virginia Tech H2Okies next year.
Lasse Pittioni of Ishøj, Denmark has committed to swim for the Virginia Tech H2Okies for the 2017-18 season.
Fast-rising Alex Hines of Tennessee Aquatics has verbally committed to swim for Virginia Tech in 2017-18.