David Boudia (Noblesville, Ind.) officially announced Tuesday that he will be returning to the sport of diving.
Four-time national champion and Olympic medalist Nick McCrory will be the first diving inductee into the North Carolina Swimming Hall…
Coaches can now agree to swap out a scored diving event in favor of a synchronized diving competition. What does that mean for the NCAA moving forward?
2014 NCAA platform national champion Nick McCrory competed in the finals of the men’s 3-meter springboard event Saturday, July 19 at the FINA Diving World Cup.
Johnston will be joined in Shanghai by former Duke and Team USA teammate Nick McCrory, who is coming off of winning his record fourth national title in men’s platform diving at the 2014 NCAA Championship.
Nick McCrory will make his Indiana debut at a “mock Olympic Trials” meet next weekend.
American record-setter Emma Reaney was named ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year today, joining Florida State’s Pavel Sankovich (the men’s award-winner) atop the list of ACC accolades.
Duke diver Nick McCrory said he was on the platform “doing the math” Saturday night to figure out what scores he needed to average to defend his platform title. McCrory outscored his math and won the event for the Blue Devils.
Cal’s Jeremy Bagshaw had a huge swim out of the early heats of the mile, taking 2nd overall and setting the tone for a Cal team that got hot at the perfect time to make an NCAA championship run.
Coach Durden’s Cal Golden Bears dominate the relays…with a little help from a very loud bench.
Nick McCrory of Duke is the top seed in the men’s 1-meter from Thursday morning.
There’s a hypothetical situation where a diver could qualify an NCAA relay for the meet.
Competition starts Wednesday, February 26th and goes through Saturday, March 1st; prelims 11AM/Finals 7PM (Diving is Feb. 20-22, with the women’s ACC Championships at Greensboro).
Is lucky number seven out of reach for the Cavaliers this year? Buckle up for one of the tightest ACC championships we’ve seen in a while.