The first half of the 2022 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series season wrapped up over the weekend with the fourth stop of the year in Oslo, Norway.
Four swimmers and one diver with ties to Florida State will be in action at the 19th World Championships.
Molly Carlson and Aidan Heslop leap to victory at the first stop of the 2022 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in the USA.
The Penn State Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams swept their meets against West Virginia, with both programs improving to 2-0.
37 NCAA swimmers were honored as CoSIDA Academic All-America team members, with Kentucky’s Asia Seidt winning Team Member of the Year.
Florida State’s Molly Carlson, Virginia’s Paige Madden and Louisville’s Nicolas Albiero headline the 2020 All-ACC Academic Swim & Dive Teams.
Coleman Stewart of North Carolina State and Paige Madden of Virginia have been named the ACC Swimmers of the Year for…
While it’s tragic that the 2020 NCAA season ended this way, the season we did have was filled with amazing individual and team performances.
Florida International freshman Mandy Song won the Zone B 1-meter title in an event where the non-qualifiers are as newsworthy as the qualifiers.
UVA’s Paige Madden and FSU’s Molly Carlson were named the ACC Women’s Championships swimmer and diver of the meet, respectively.
Florida State’s Molly Carlson was named ACC Most Valuable Diver for the third time, but after NCAAs, Carlson will leave the boards to begin cliff diving.
After back-to-back weekends at home, the Florida State swimming and diving teams will hit the road to face Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Pitt’s Blaise Vera along with Florida State’s Joshua Davidson, Aryanna Fernandes and Molly Carlson were honored as ACC swimmers and divers of the week.
The Florida State women picked up their first win of the season, besting Minnesota 186.5-111.5, while the men topped the Gophers 197-103.
The Tennessee men have qualified two divers to NCAAs: returning All-American Colin Zeng and NCAA Championships rookie Will Hallam.