Tokyo 2020 Olympic diving finalist Anton Down-Jenkins announced his retirement from the sport via an Instagram post this past weekend.
Sophomore Jonny Kulow has been one of many reasons for optimism surrounding the ASU men and their chances at an NCAA title this season.
Nelson, a Kinesiology major, played an integral part to UVA’s third straight women’s national title this past season with three top-four finishes.
Chris Guiliano helped guide Notre Dame to its highest finish ever at Men’s NCAAs, as the Irish placed 18th, seven spots higher than we predicted.
Tennessee’s Bryden Hattie projects to give the Vols a massive boost in the standings with his diving performances at the NCAA Championships.
Tennessee junior Bryden Hattie led the way by more than 50 points in the men’s 1-meter, cruising to victory in his home pool with a score of 780.70.
Louisville’s Gabi Albiero will swim in lane 4 tonight against three-time ACC 100 fly champion Kate Douglass, one of many ACC champs trying to defend titles.
The first night of the 2023 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships will featured six events, including the promise of some historically-fast relays.
NC State is still the cream of the crop of an increasingly-competitive conference, but the ACC looks a bit different with new coaches and missing swimmers.
Kacper Stokowski and Denis Petrashov share the men’s award, while Heather MacCausland and Gabi Albiero received co-women’s honors.
NC State’s Curtiss earned his first ACC Men’s Swimmer of the Week award while Virginia’s Walsh notched her second ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Week nod.
The NC State men won seven of eight swimming events on the first day of competition and recorded their official fastest times this season in both relays.
After a flawless start to the season, Josh Liendo and the Florida Gators have overtaken Texas and now hold the #2 spot in our October Men’s Power Rankings.
Gretchen Walsh shined in UVA’s dual against Florida, while Quintin McCarty was a standout in NC State’s meet with Kentucky.