Megan Kramer

2022 ACC Women’s Fan Guide: NC State Aiming to Prevent UVA Three-Peat

The Virginia Cavaliers have a star-studded roster, but don’t expect the NC State Wolfpack to let UVA to earn a third-straight title without a fight.


Boston College Men & Women Lead Team Standings Through Day 1 of Terrier Invite

Boston College swept all four relays and had two more individual wins as the Eagles sit atop the team standings for both men and women.

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Duke Sees Historic Performances At Home Opener

Duke swept Boston College and UNC Wilmington at a tri-meet on October 29 and 30, including a school record performance from Cole Reznick.

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Boston College Picks Up Winter Junior Nationals Qualifier Kelly Scott for 2021

AIA Division I State runner-up Kelly Scott has announced her decision to swim for the BC Eagles beginning in the 2021-2022 season.


Junior Nationals Qualifier Hannah Neilsen Sends Verbal to Boston Eagles

TISCA Tennessee State 100 breast runner-up Hannah Neilsen has verbally committed to swim for the Boston College Eagles beginning in the fall of 2021.

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Breaststroker Catherine Bradac Announces Verbal Commitment to Boston College

Catherine Bradac will join her sister Sophia (Notre Dame ’24) in the ACC next year with her verbal commitment to the Boston College class of 2025.

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3x Massachusetts State Champion Megan Kramer Commits to Boston College

Winter Junior Nationals qualifier Megan Kramer will join the Boston College women’s team beginning in the 2021-2022 season.

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Ella Smith Breaks 23-Year-Old 100 Breast Meet Record at Massachusetts D1 States

Sophomore Ella Smith lowered the record to a 1:02.98. The former record of 1:03.63 stood for 23 years, as Kerry Charpentier had set it in 1997.

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Westford Girls, Saint Johns Boys Four-peat at Massachusetts D1 State

The Westford Academy girls and the Saint Johns Prep boys teams were dominant at the MIAA Division I State Championships – both teams easily won their fourth consecutive state titles.

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Bluefish Teenagers Go 1-2-3 in Women’s 1500 Free at NE Senior Champs

15-year-old Summer Smith dropped huge time to win it in 17:01.47.