UVA continues to get some speedy intrasquad racing in before the Cavaliers embark on some away meets in the weeks to come.
This weekend will mark the biggest weekend in college swimming since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, with several teams competing in dual meets.
The University of Virginia’s women’s team time trialed the 200 medley relay following practice this morning, touching in 1:36.7.
59.7/2:10 breaststroker Emma Weber has given the UVA women’s swimming and diving team their 5th 2022 verbal commitment; 3 of those are top-20 recruits.
23-year old Catie DeLoof, Virginia’s newest post-grad pro swimmer, swam a new lifetime best in the 50 meter free on Saturday.
Kate Douglass has swum the fastest time ever in the women’s 100 yard IM. While the race is somewhat of a novelty, it is an official NCAA event.
For the first time in SwimSwam history, we’re recapping an intrasquad. Yes, we really do miss college swimming that much.
The meet will serve as the collegiate debut for Alex Walsh, the top freshman female swimmer in the country this NCAA season.
Versatile Virginia sophomore Kate Douglass might swim the 100 IM this weekend at an intrasquad, chasing the fastest-ever time in the event.
Douglass comments on her breakout freshman season at UVA and explains how the environment at Virginia was a big part of her growth as a student-athlete.
Read more on the top 8 U.S. women’s 200 IMers this Olympic quad, featuring Melanie Margalis, Kathleen Baker, Alex Walsh, Madisyn Cox, Ella Eastin, and more.
Louisville and Virginia led all Division I women’s teams with 16 First-Team Selections, while Texas led on the Division I men’s side with 17.
In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!
Virginia is in the midst of a recruiting tear – but how do their returning points stack up after graduating a few key contributors?
The NCAA has released its qualifying standards for Division I swimming & diving next year – and they’ll look awfully familiar.