In their first meet of the season, NC State prevailed over Duke and Penn State in a tri meet on Friday, October 20th.
Think Caeleb Dressel is going to win three events again this year? So do we.
41% of voters selected Arizona-to-Florida IMer Grant Sanders as the most impactful transfer of the upcoming NCAA season, besting Auburn-to-NC State sprinter Jacob Molacek and Ohio State-to-Tennessee diver Colin Zeng.
In what has become one of the most eagerly-anticipated events on the NC State athletics calendar, the NC State men’s & women’s swimming & diving team will be hosting the third annual Wolfpack Games on Friday Sept. 29 at 6:00 p.m. inside Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center.
Ryan Held and Justin Ress headline an NC State team that seeks an ACC 4-peat this season.
Established IM stars like Kosuke Hagino and Chase Kalisz will be among those vying to fill the void left by the absence of the two men who have won the last seven world championships in the 200 IM.
Josh Prenot clocked 1:58.9 this morning in the 200 IM for a new meet and pool record at the Atlanta Classic.
Josh Prenot took the top seed in the men’s 100 breast at day 1 prelims of the Atlanta Classic.
2017 MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 22 – Saturday, March 25 IUPUI Natatorium – Indianapolis, IN Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Defending…
Tonight brings competition in the 200 free relay, 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, 1-meter diving, and 400 medley relay.
NC State will look to build off their momentum from last night’s fantastic relay performance.
NC State missed the A final of the 400 medley relay while swimming an alternate lineup and gaining almost two seconds. Cal very nearly missed the final as well while swimming without Olympic champ Ryan Murphy.
A big blow to Cal: Matt Josa was disqualified out of prelims of the 200 IM after going a 1:41.50 that would have qualified him 6th for tonight’s final.
This morning, South Carolina’s Fynn Minuth, teammate Akaram Mahmoud, and Michigan’s Felix Auboeck all broke 4:10, but tonight they’ll be challenged by Townley Haas and Clark Smith, who have also been sub-4:10.
Watch NC State swim a 6:06.53 800 free relay, the swiftest time ever.