RALEIGH, NC – William Peace University is proud to announce the addition of Men’s and Women’s Swimming to its athletics roster….
North Carolina State head coach Braden Holloway said that he prefers to talk with athletes, not their parents, during the recruiting…
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The program will make trips to Georgia, Texas and Tennessee, as well as face conference competition in the Triangle area during the regular season.
Holloway had another outstanding year as he continued to completely revamp the Wolfpack
Wolfpack senior Simonas Bilis has been selected as the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Men’s Swimmer of the Year, one of ten such distinctions announced today by the 2015-16 ACC Swimming & Diving Annual awards.
NC State coach Braden Holloway talks about everything from the depth of the ACC to training in an Olympic year after the conclusion of the 2016 ACC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
2016 ACC MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS When: Wednesday, Feb. 24 – Saturday, Feb. 27; Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Where: Greensboro Aquatic…
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With one of just three returning 18-second 50 freestylers in the nation and a loaded sprint corps, NC State looks to overcome a successful yet heartbreaking 2015 postseason.
The season will include 3 home meets for the wolfpack and 3 dual meets against conference rivals. The team will also face opponents in the southeast and travel to the west coast.
Recruiting season continues to go well for the NC State Wolfpack as perhaps the NCAA’s fastest-rising team added a butterfly prospect with a huge trajectory as well.
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Missy Franklin: “I’m so excited for the next couple days to make so many more memories. I’ve grown as a person, I’ve grown as an athlete and I’m just so grateful for the opportunities and the challenges I’ve had to help me do that.”
North Carolina State head coach Braden Holloway talks after a big day 2 at the 2015 ACC Championships.