Several individual NCAA champions will be competing for ACC titles tonight, including reigning 200 fly champ, Aiden Hayes of NC State.
Denis Petrashov holds the ACC record in the 100 breast, but he’ll be swimming for his first conference title in this event, starting with prelims.
This is the most wonderful time of the year if you’re a big college swimming fan. You may already have your own list of swimmers to watch, but here’s mine.
Virginia Tech senior Youssef Ramadan set a school record in the 50 back (20.91) leading off the Hokies’ 200 medley relay that broke their pool record.
Youssef Ramadan earned the Hokies’ first-ever individual NCAA title, while the team surged to a program-best 9th place finish last season.
The #5-ranked recruit in the class of 2022 initially entered the transfer portal in March, but will remain in Blacksburg with the Virginia Tech Hokies.
Texas A&M’s Baylor Nelson had a very strong freshman campaign as SwimSwam’s #1 ranked recruit, winning two SEC titles and scoring 19 NCAA points.
Carl Bloebaum was the #5 ranked recruit in the high school class of 2022, but has entered the transfer portal after just a semester of racing with the Hokies.
St. Francis senior Scotty Buff crushed a national high school record in the 100 butterfly with a 44.97 at the Ohio Division I Championships on Saturday.
Hungarian Olympian Hubert Kos is among the best swimmers in this entire recruiting class, and he heads a strong Arizona State Sun Devils class.
The incoming freshman NCAA class is headed by the best 200 IM prospect we’ve ranked since Carson Foster. Check out our full top 20 in the class of 2022.
Rising junior Youssef Ramadan won ACC Championships Most Valuable Swimmer in 2022 and went under the 44 second mark in the 100 fly at NCAAs.
Idris Muhammad (pictured above) and Dynamo Swim Club came out of nowhere with a NAG in a late heat to pull off an upset at US Junior Nationals on Monday.
Carl Bloebaum fired off the fastest 100-meter butterfly time by a U.S. teenager in the past three years last weekend at the Ohio Senior Championships.
The Mason Manta Rays relay team of Carl Bloebaum, Jessey Li, Gibson Holmes, and Ella Jo Piersma broke the 200-meter mixed medley relay NAG record on Friday.