Thirteen members of the Virginia swimming and diving program have been honored by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) as 2015 Scholar All-Americans, the association announced.
Germany has announced its roster for next months World University Games, with a number of American NCAA standouts joining German college stars.
Franziska Hentke won the women’s 200 fly and moved in to the world’s top 5 on Saturday in Berlin.
The second day of the German National Championships started with two wins by German sprinters who actually train in the…
NCAA medalist Laura Simon from the University of Virginia, who was the runner-up in the 200 breaststroke at the 2015 NCAA…
After becoming the best 50 and 100 flyer in history on Friday, Kelsi Worrell erased any doubt that she’s the best all-around flyer in the country, winning the 200 fly with a two-second drop.
The University of Virginia Cavaliers grabbed the top spot in prelims this morning heading towards the finals of the 4×100 medley relay with room to improve.
Kaylin Burchell (Alabama, above) comes in with a lifetime best along with a conference title in one of the deepest and fastest conferences in the nation in hopes for a NCAA title.
Virginia’s Courtney Bartholomew will have swim fans on American Record Watch all week after some blistering mid-season performances.
The UNC Tar Heels went on the road, knocking off 7-time defending ACC women’s champs Virginia to remain undefeated within the conference. The UNC men also triumphed, winning 13 of 16 events.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy swam to a win and an NCAA A cut in the 200 Back to help propel the Cal Golden Bears to an overall win at the UGA Fall Invite.
Virginia’s Courtney Bartholomew swam to an NCAA A cut in the 200 Back during the last prelims session of the UGA Fall Invitational.
Virginia’s Courtney Bartholomew owned the 100 back in prelims, with an A cut of 50.76 to top a star-studded field.
Courtney Bartholomew swims second-fastest 100 back in history as Virginia relay scares US Open record
Courtney Bartholomew nearly broke two national records at once at the Georgia Invite on Friday night.
Leah Smith (pictured) won back-to-back races to open things up for the Virginia women, while Simonas Bilis went 4-for-4 for NC State’s men.