The Virginia Cavaliers have gone to great distances to add two more men’s recruits in the spring signing period. In Augie…
American record-setter Emma Reaney was named ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year today, joining Florida State’s Pavel Sankovich (the men’s award-winner) atop the list of ACC accolades.
Many thanks for these great swimming photos courtesy of Tim Binning,theswimpictues.com.
Congrats to Coach Augie Busch and UVA Women’s Swimming and Diving on a great 2014 ACC Championships!
Augie Busch has his eyes on the prize as the Virginia Cavaliers charge toward a 7th-straight ACC title.
Kerry Smith will bring the Virginia Cavaliers back up to a full staff.
Virginia head swimming and diving coach Augie Busch announced Monday (Dec. 9) that 13 student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to join the Cavalier program in the fall of 2014.
Bolles swimmers Luke Georgiadis & Salem Peacock will head north together next year to University of Virginia (Photo Credit: Valaree Georgiadis)
This borderline-iconic photo of Sarah White was taken by Tim Binning after the Virginia women won their 6th-straight ACC Championship last season.
The world better watch out for what Augie Busch and the Virginia Cavaliers are bringing to the pool deck. Their impressive triumph over the Naval Academy and Yale proves they’re taking no prisoners this year.
The meet, which will be UVa’s first under first-year head coach Augie Busch, will be contested in 25 meters, as opposed to the 25 yards that will be seen in the rest of the Cavaliers’ meets this season. Live results will be available and linked through VirginiaSports.com.
Virginia swimming and diving head coach Augie Busch previews the first meet of the season at Navy on Oct. 25. Cavalier women square off with Yale as well as Navy.
Caitlin Cooper from Dynamo Swim Club will immediately add to the Cavaliers sprint group next season with her verbal commitment.
The Virginia Cavaliers will face a lot of opponents in a relatively compact schedule in the 2013-2014 season. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
After becoming the winningest swimming & diving coach in ACC history last year, former Virginia coach Mark Bernardino received a healthy retirement package, but agreed to a non-disparagement clause. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)