The 2015 Danish National Championships continued today, with the key players continuing to make their marks. Full Meet Results After…
Anton Ipsen threw down three title-winning times so far at Danish Nationals, taking wins in the 400m free, 1500m free and 400m IM.
Five members of the NC State men’s swimming and diving team and four members of the women’s squad from the 2014-15 season were named Individual Scholar All-Americans.
North Carolina State sprint star Simonas Bilis took home ACC Swimmer of the Year honors on Monday, as awarded by the conference.
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.
The NU junior (above) is red hot coming off of his nation leading performance in the mile at the 2015 Big Ten Championships.
USC’s Cristian Quintero earned one final year of eligibilty and returns to defend his 2014 NCAA title in the 500 freestyle.
The NC State Wolfpack celebrates its 25th ACC Championship Title, its first since 1992.
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.
NC State’s Anton Ipsen will be swimming the first individual event of the 2015 Men’s ACC Championships, the 500y freestyle, as today’s top seed.
Scoring should spread out a little among teams battling it out in the 2015 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships, as…
NC State took two of the four weekly ACC awards, led by Anton Ipsen’s men’s swimmer of the week, and Louisville’s Tanja Kylliainen was named women’s swimmer of the week.
A great shot of the Casey Aquatic Center, where 12 pool records fell today.
In 2014, NC State scored 8 men in the 50 free at ACCs, but just 2 in the 1650. With Danish star Anton Ipsen heating up, it looks like 2015 might be a different story.