In a battle of the top two teams from last year’s ACC and NCAA Championships, the Virginia Cavalier women defeated the NC State Wolfpack 173-122 at home.
Relive the Women’s 2021 NCAA Swimming Championship with race videos featuring a record-breaking performance and races featuring members of champion Virginia.
UVA became the first ACC program to have an NCAA A finalist in every swimming event.
We know you love debating the highs and lows of college invite season, so scored out last weekends invites to help frame which teams swam particularly well.
Sophie Hansson has been on fire this weekend, clocking breaststroke times that rival her NCAA performances at the end of the 2020-21 season.
NC State’s Hunter Tapp dropped 2.5 seconds to lead the morning prelims of the 200 back with 1:41.87.
The first-years are showing up in Greensboro. Leon Marchand of ASU and Stanford’s Regan Smith and Torri Huske had strong morning swims.
Kylee Alons of NC State is the top seed in the women’s 50 free after clocking a 21.90 in prelims this morning.
Stanford freshman Andrei Minakov threw down a 19.1 for the fastest 50 free in the nation so far this season, in prelims on Day 1 at NC State Invite.
The NC State Wolfpack returns nearly all of its 2021 NCAA scoring team which placed 2nd at both the NCAA and ACC Championships in 2021.
Olympic Trials finalist Katharine Berkoff dropped time across-the-board from last week’s Tennessee meet as the NC State men and women dominated in Auburn.
Alex Walsh and the defending NCAA champion Virginia Cavaliers are the clear-cut #1 ranking women’s team as we stand here in October.
UVA’s Alex Walsh posted the nation’s top times in the women’s 200 back and 200 fly competing against Cal this weekend.
The NC State Wolfpack flashed some early speed, including a few fast relays, as they swept the Tennessee Volunteers in Raleigh.