Lilly Higgs of Hough High School and SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and will be a 3rd-generation Tar Heel when she begins in the fall.
Tucker Burhans from West Forsyth High School and Enfinity Aquatic Club has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina beginning in 2018-19.
Heidi Lowe of W.A. Hough High School and SwimMAC Carolina has elected to remain in state and will swim for the Tar Heels beginning with the 2018-19 season.
Sophie Lindner of SwimMAC Carolina and Covenant Day School has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina in 2018-19.
Valdas Abalikšta, who is from Šiauliai, Lithuania and swims for Siauliu Delfinas, has made a verbal commitment to attend the University of North Carolina next fall.
The reigning Alabama high school champion in the 100 back, James Courtney, has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill for 2017-18.
Greek Olympian, mid-distance freestyler Dimitrios Dimitriou, has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Asheville Swim Club’s Mary-O Soule has given a verbal commitment to the University of North Carolina for the 2017-18 season.
Chattahoochee Gold Swim Club’s Emma Cole has made a verbal commitment to the University of North Carolina for the 2017-18 season.
2015 ACC WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Dates: Wednesday, Feb. 18 – Saturday, Feb. 21; Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Location: Georgia Tech…
Thanks in part to two School Records from Hellen Moffitt, in the 100 fly and the 100 back, the North Carolina Tar Heels have the most A-finalists on night 3 of the 2015 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships.
Kelsi Worrell still has both the 200 fly and the 50 free on the table for the ACC Championships as she leads the Cardinals into their first meet in the new conference.
The North Carolina Tar Heels swept Duke on Saturday, which moves the all time series tally to 119-2.
The North Carolina State men haven’t lost a dual meet yet this season, but they’ll have to finish strong to top the hot-handed North Carolina Tar Heels.
One of the biggest (and baddest) rivalries in college swimming will pit Virginia against North Carolina on Saturday.