UVA’s Aimee Canny (200 free), Ella Nelson (200 IM), and Noah Nichols (100 breast) all recorded top-four times nationally tonight at the Cavalier Invite.
The hyper-versatile Kate Douglass set a new lifetime best and broke the pool record,as there were plenty of fast swimming this morning in Charlottesville.
Nelson outsplit Walsh by nearly four seconds on her breaststroke leg, which allowed her to beat Walsh by 0.13 seconds in a very tight race.
Tan now owns the National Age Group Record for 11-12 girls in both the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke, having set the 200 mark in May.
Tuggle posted a statement on Instagram speaking out on gun violence in light of the recent shooting at her school that killed three UVA football players.
Alex Walsh (pictured) will be swimming the 500 free for the first time since 2014, where she set her best and only time of 5:16.39.
Follow along here at SwimSwam for a live recap of the second day of competition at the Texas-Virginia dual meet, which includes more longer-distance events.
Follow along here as SwimSwam does a live recap of the highly-anticipated dual meet between the #3-ranked Texas and the #1/8-ranked Virginia.
Follow along as SwimSwam live recaps Saturday’s dual meet matchup between the #1/9-ranked Virginia and the #11/3-ranked Florida teams.
Gridley’s 50 breast was faster than Duke’s breast split at 2022 ACCs, and her 150 breast time was faster than what Alex Walsh went at the UVA intrasquad.
Virginia opened their season with a blue vs. orange intrasquad, and their swimmers are already putting up times that would have been competitive at NCAAs.
Entering her freshman year at Virginia, Claire Tuggle is a prime candidate to take a giant leap forward over the next 12 months.
The University of Virginia has released the entry lists for their annual Blue vs. Orange intrasquad meet, which is set to take place this Saturday at 9:00 AM.
Maximus Williamson (pictured above) and Justina Kozan are the lone athletes to qualify for this year’s U.S. National Junior Team roster in four events.
Claire Curzan is one of the top NCAA prospects of all-time, and she leads a recruiting class that includes four of our top ten recruits nationally.