Cleveland State’s Dominic Poletta dropped over half a second in the 50 fly at this meet, winning the race in 21.14. He returned to win the 50 free.
UVA looks to be in control, as they had over a 100 point lead on NC State heading into today and put 11 women into A-final swims this morning.
Sam Tornqvist set a new Pool Record in the 200 back. His 1:41.70 was within a second of his best and eclipsed the 6-year-old record by a second.
The NC State men and women each won by wide margins over Virginia Tech, the school where Wolfpack head coach Braden Holloway was at before NC State.
The Virginia Tech men hung on to narrowly defeat Virginia at home, while the Cavalier women topped the Hokies by 70 points.
The Ohio State swimming and diving program will compete in its first double dual of the season against Virginia Tech and Penn State on Nov. 1-2.
The Virginia Tech men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams opened the 2019-20 season in decisive fashion, defeating George Washington on both sides.
The Virginia Tech men and women defeated George Washington on both sides. Tech’s men claimed a 203-87 win while the women topped the Colonials 208-87.
Duke’s Quinn Scannell posted a 26.24 to win the women’s 50 free, taking half a second off her personal best of 26.77.
Ana Marcela Cunha came away with the victory in the women’s 10K at the U.S. Open Water National Championships.
Chase Travis, our #10-ranked recruit from the high school class of 2020, has verbally committed to Virginia Tech.
Backstroker Caroline Bentz from King George High School and NCAP West has verbally committed to Virginia Tech for 2019-20.
Sarah Shackelford from Lake Braddock High School and Nation’s Capital Swim Club has verbally committed to in-state Virginia Tech for 2019-20.
Julia Smith from Ocean Lakes High School and TIDE Swimming in Virginia Beach has verbally committed to the in-state H2Okies for 2019-20.
Jenna Thompson from Menchville High School and 757 Swim will swim for the in-state Virginia Tech H2Okies beginning in the fall of 2019.