The final session of the 2020 U.S. Open gets underway this morning with timed finals of the 1500 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and the 200 fly.
We’ve got everyone from NAG record holders to college stars to Olympic gold medalist competing at the Greensboro site of the U.S. Open tonight.
Today’s sessions will feature 2017 World Champion Chase Kalisz in the 200 IM, along with Harvard star Dean Farris making an appearance in the 50 free.
Pennington touched second in the 800 free tonight at 8:44.45, a five-second drop that gives her her first Olympic Trials cut.
Emma Atkinson posted a school and pool record-breaking 200 back (1:52.71) at the final dual of the Hokies Belt Challenge, won by team Orange.
Olympians Haley Anderson and Jordan Wilimovsky won the 10k events at the West Coast Open Water Championships, the country’s largest open water meet.
A slew of open water stars are set to compete at the West Coast Open Water Championship including Jordan Wilimovsky, Haley Anderson, and Kieran Smith.
The story for VT has been the immediate contributions from freshman backstrokers Emma Atkinson and Caroline Bentz and distance specialist Chase Travis.
After Dual Meet #2, Team Orange now leads in overall point scores over Team Maroon. Dual Meet #3 on October 24th will decide the Hokies Belt Challenge winner.
After the first of 3 intrasquad meets over the next month, the Orange and White teams are tied in the battle for the honorary team belt.
Virginia is in the midst of a recruiting tear – but how do their returning points stack up after graduating a few key contributors?
NCAP, the largest club in the country, will require coaches and swimmers to wear masks and will take daily temperature checks once back in the water.
We kick off our expanded rankings of the incoming freshman classes for NCAA swimming & diving with our 13th- through 16th-ranked programs.
The Virginia Tech H2Okies have added Spain’s Nadia Gonzalez to their incoming freshman class – the freestyler will start at Virginia Tech in the fall of 2020.
This is perhaps the best recruiting class we’ve ever ranked, with instant-impact swimmers in back, breast and fly. World record-holder Regan Smith sits #1.