Kate Douglass and the Virginia Cavaliers continue to hold down the top spot in the November edition of our women’s NCAA power rankings.
Sifferman will make the move from Santa Clara, California all the way to Blacksburg, Virginia next fall when she joins the Hokies.
Host team Ohio State brought it in the women’s relays, winning 3 of 4.
The Virginia Tech men won every single event against Duke, while the Blue Devils toppled the hosting Hokies on the women’s side.
Alex Walsh and the defending NCAA champion Virginia Cavaliers are the clear-cut #1 ranking women’s team as we stand here in October.
Sophomore Carles Coll Marti won three individual events as the Virginia Tech men and women both defeated George Washington to open up the season.
Condorelli is aiming to qualify or the Italian Olympic team at the Sette Colli Trophy in June.
Even with four key deferrals, the high school class of 2020 lived up to the hype with five massive NCAA scorers (30+ points) and 29 total freshmen scorers.
The 19-year-old freshman placed fourth in the 200 back, equalling Jessica Botzum’s 200 breast in 2007 for the highest finish in Virginia Tech history.
Wisconsin freshman Phoebe Bacon earned her first NCAA title tonight with a 1:48.32 victory in the 200 back, moving to #2 all-time in the 17-18 age group.
On the slate tonight will be the fastest-seeded 1650 free final, followed by the finals of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, and 400 free relay.
Michigan junior Olivia Carter dropped the 200 IM on Day 2 of NCAAs as the 20th seed.
The Virginia Cavaliers continue to lead the way into NCAAs, led by five top-ranked relays and a dominant roster from top to bottom.
Alabama junior Rhyan White owns a best time nearly two seconds faster than anyone in the field of the 200 back at the upcoming Women’s NCAA Championships.
At the 2021 ACC Women’s Championships, the Virginia Tech women finished in 4th place for their best performance at the meet since 2015.