Day Two of the ACC Women’s Championships kicks off, headlined by Olympic and NCAA Champion Leah Smith.
Action at the 2017 Women’s ACC Championship kicks off tonight in Atlanta, GA, where swimmers will be competing in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
After a DQ in the 200 medley relay got the defending ACC champion Virginia off to a rough start, the Cavaliers were able to earn some redemption with a record-setting performance in the 800 free relay.
Olympic gold medalist Leah Smith is back in the small pool, and she’s ready to dominate the 2017 ACC Championships.
Kaitlyn Jones will stick to her 200 IM, 400 IM, 200 fly lineup at the 2017 ACC Championships, even though she would’ve been the top seed in the 100 fly as well.
The Virginia Cavaliers hit the road on Saturday, as the men and women both took down ACC rival UNC. Distance standout Leah Smith once again swept her individual triple
The Virginia Cavaliers broke 5 Pool Records en route to their dual meet victory over Duke on the road, 3 of which were broken at the hands of Leah Smith.
Florida State senior Jason Coombs and Virginia senior Kaitlyn Jones have been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Swimmers of the…
Baker and Bilquist traded blows through the first portion of the race, with Baker taking the early lead at the 100, but Bilquist fighting back for the edge at the 150. In the end, Baker had a breakthrough, roaring to a 1:49.83 victory ahead of Bilquist’s 1:50.06.
Cal freshman Abbey Weitzeil blasted a 47.22 to top 100 free prelims on the way to an NCAA ‘A’ cut and the fastest time in the NCAA this year.
The big story in the 100 breast was Florida State’s Natalie Pierce picking up an NCAA ‘A’ time with her 58.25, which sits as the 2nd fastest time in the NCAA this season behind only Olympic champ Lilly King.
Day 1 prelims of the 2016 Georgia Fall Invitational is in the books, and we have a huge battle set up for finals of the men’s 200 IM.
The men and women Cavaliers were equally dominant over the Pitt Panthers in their season-opener, dropping just one individual swimming event during the meet.
Kyla Voss of Miami Swimming has verbally committed to swim for the ACC Champion Virginia Cavaliers as part of the Class of 2021.
Senior Leah Smith and the rest of the Cavaliers are aiming for their 10th-straight ACC title this season and their third consecutive 5th place finish at NCAA’s.