Georgia Tech senior Andrew Kosic will wrap up his collegiate career with one more major accolade: the ACC’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award.
Senior Andrew Kosic in his last individual swim for Georgia Tech.
NC State’s 200 free relay celebrating the fastest swim of the meet, before they were disqualified for a relay exchange infraction.
Stephen Coetzer (pictured) and NC State are on a roll, and showing they’re far from a one-dimensional program. That and more in tonight’s 5 Big Things.
2015 Men’s ACC Championships: Bilis throws down 18.9, NC State smashes 200 free relay records at day 2 finals
NC State’s Simonas Bilis became the 3rd man in the NCAA to break 19 seconds in the 50 this season, leading off a barn-burning Wolfpack relay in 18.98.
Virginia Tech’s Jessica Hespeler’s 200y and 500y freestyle wins helped lead the Hokie assault on UNCW, Georgia Tech and Miami (FL) yesterday, while the VA Tech men also dominated.
Kiera Molloy and the Duke women toppled Georgia Tech in a lopsided dual meet on Saturday. Georgia Tech won the men’s half of the meet.
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.
Kylie Stewart and Ty Stewart (no relation) each won three individual races to help the Georgia Bulldogs dominate the triangular at Georgia Tech.
Navy hosted Georgia Tech at home to launch the 2014-15 season on Saturday, October 4.
Nate Savoy led the Nittany Lion men in a tight meet against Georgia Tech, winning all four events.
Strong freestyle performances by juniors Erika Staskevicius and Andrew Kosic highlighted Georgia Tech’s annual White/Gold Intrasquad Scrimmage, held Friday at…
Auburn junior Youssef Hammoud has told SwimSwam he will be transferring to Georgia Tech next fall joining the Yellow Jackets to continue his NCAA career.
Is lucky number seven out of reach for the Cavaliers this year? Buckle up for one of the tightest ACC championships we’ve seen in a while.
The Georgia Tech and Louisville men watched their best swimmers collide three times, with Andrew Kosic and Joao de Lucca each winning once and tying each other in the 50 free.