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.
Grace Countie accounted for two of the Tar Heels’ five pool records as UNC’s #15 women and #25 men swept the UNCW Seahawks.
With two weeks remaining, the community has nearly reached its goal of $50,000. All funds go to the UNC Lineberger Cancer Center.
Gabriel Jett will be one of many key players for the Cal men this season as they seek a national title defense. For now, we’re picking them to do so.
Kate Douglass was named the Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year while Nicolas Albiero and Anton Down-Jenkins were named co-winners of the men’s award.
Kieran Smith was the 11th-ranked recruit back in 2018 but emerges as the top scorer in his high school class after four seasons in the NCAA.
Virginia’s Kate Douglass (pictured) earned ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year honors, while Louisville’s Nicolas Albiero won the men’s award.
Bayne Bennett became the first NC State male diver to qualify for NCAAs on Tuesday, while Florida’s Anton Svirskyi gives the Gators two.
Florida’s Leonardo Garcia qualified for NCAAs by placing eighth in the men’s 1-meter at the Zone B Championships in Atlanta.
The NC State men put up over 1500 points to regain the ACC trophy, but they were far from the only team that impressed this past week in Atlanta.
A number of different records could be in danger tonight after a lights-out prelims session on day two of the 2022 ACC Championships.
FSU’s Mason Herbet and Pitt’s Cooper Van der Laan share the Men’s Swimmer of the Week honor, while Louisville’s Arina Openysheva wins the women’s award.