Abby Arens won twice as the NC State women earned a 168-130 win over Duke, who was competing for the first time since the death of former coach Dan Colella.
The NC State Swimming & Diving programs honored Duke before the teams’ dual meet on Saturday: the Blue Devils’ first since coach Dan Colella died.
With 2022 officially in the rearview mirror, let’s take a look back at some of the figures who the swimming community lost in the past year.
Finch will serve in the role on an interim basis following the death of longtime head coach Dan Colella, who died earlier this month at the age of 60.
Duke head swimming & diving coach Dan Colella died on Friday evening. He was 60 years old.
Cooke comes to Duke from Bucknell, where he served as the social media coordinator as well as the women’s recruiting coordinator.
The ACC will take advantage of a waiver from the NCAA, ostensibly for COVID-19 safety, that allows conference championships to leave an empty lane.
Lucy Callard, Maddi Pullinger and Olivia Tighe are the women’s captains, while David Hallaron, Cole Reznick, Coleman Kredich and Will Tenpas lead the men.
Boulden and Ellis will join the Blue Devils as assistant coaches in 2021-22.
Kane came to Durham with head coach Dan Colella back in 2005, and has remained on staff since then.
Seamus Harding, Andrew O’Brien, Adam Vlasic, and Zach Wassmer will join David Chang, Luke Johnson, and Zach McIntyre in the Blue Devils’ class of 2024.
Senior Alyssa Marsh, along with fellow fourth-year Nathaniel Hernandez, were named the team’s Most Valuable Athletes.
For the men’s mid-season quotes, we had spoken with a lot of seniors who had high hopes for the end of the season, which is, as we’ve said before, devastating
The Duke swimming and diving program hosts SEC powerhouse Georgia in its annual Pink Meet Saturday at Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion.