Liberty will compete in its first home meet of the season this weekend, hosting CCSA opponent UNC Asheville on Friday and Saturday.
Liberty (2-1) swimmers will compete at Campbell on Friday, while the divers participating in a tri-meet hosted by UNCW in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday.
Liberty will compete in a tri-meet at Penn State on Friday, taking on the Nittany Lions and St. Bonaventure, and swim at Saint Francis (Pa.) on Saturday.
SwimMAC Carolina’s Chloe Harris has verbally committed to swim for Liberty University in 2020-21.
Breaststroker Jamyson Robb, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American with Canton City Schools, has verbally committed to Liberty University’s class of 2024.
Liberty will split its swimming and diving squads this Saturday, with the swimmers competing at UNC Asheville and the divers participating in a meet at Georgia Southern.
The Liberty swimming & diving team will ring in the New Year in Fort Myers, Fla., for the ninth straight year, competing in the FGCU Duals on Saturday at 11 a.m. at FGCU Aquatics Complex.
Liberty will host an in-season swimming & diving invitational for the first time in program history, hosting the Liberty Invitational, Friday through Sunday at Liberty Natatorium.
Liberty will host BYU for the first time in any team sport, as the Liberty swimming & diving team hosts the All-American Celebration Meet, Friday and Saturday at the Liberty Natatorium.
The Liberty swimming & diving team returns to action this weekend, competing in the Virginia Tech Sprint Challenge, held Friday at 4 p.m. at Christiansburg Aquatic Center.
Liberty opened its 2017-18 swimming & diving season with a 159-137 win at CCSA opponent Campbell on Saturday at the Johnson Aquatic Center.
Lindsey Cohee, who has been with SwimMAC Carolina since April, and before that, with YMCA of Central Florida, has verbally committed to swim for Liberty University next fall.
Liberty University picked up two verbal commitments this week from Payton Keiner of Cincinnati, Ohio (pictured above) and and Emily Manly of Sunnyvale, Texas.
Francis’ yards bests in the 100 breast (1:03.83), 200 breast (2:19.23), and 400 IM (4:27.52) are already good enough to have qualified for the A-final at last season’s CCSA Championships.