The University of Virginia women are riding a wave of momentum after their first NCAA title and a strong medal haul in Tokyo
The Georgetown Hoyas traveled to Charlottesville and squared off against UVA in an unscored meet with its own unique twists.
The rich get richer as the reigning NCAA champions at UVA bring in a freshman class headlined by star sprinter Gretchen Walsh.
USC commit Griffin O’Leary of Barrington and Wisconsin Badger Jack Leuthold took home 3 event wins each at the Pleasant Prairie sectional meet.
LaMastra’s new time not only puts him far under the Wave II standard, it makes him the 4th-fastest American in the event this year.
Champaign Y’s Angela Coe, after winning the girls 200 IM on Thursday, took the girls 100 fly with a 53.00.
Harvard transfer Jaycee Yegher will give the Cavaliers their sixth breaststroker with NCAA-qualifying potential next fall.
The Des Moines U.S. Open site will bring together two of the most exciting names in backstroke: WR-holder Regan Smith and 2019 U.S. Open champ Phoebe Bacon.
Charlottesville-based Athena Vanyo has changed her verbal commitment to the hometown Cavaliers for 2021-22.
With Zoe Skirboll’s verbal commitment, UVA has snagged 2 high-level recruits from the high school class of 2022 in as many days.
Gretchen Walsh, who was the world’s fastest 18&U 50-meter freestyler in 2019, has announced her decision to join her sister at UVA in 2021.
The Cavaliers have reeled in their third verbal commitment for the women’s class of 2025.
Paige Hetrick and Justin Fleagle earned their third meet wins while Abigail Doss set a new national record in the 400 free.
We’ve got two true lights-out sprinters at the top of a class that’s ultimately built on distance swimmers with scary-good improvement curves.