The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will host Penn State on Saturday in the program’s season opener at the Aquatic and Fitness Center.
The Lion Pride looks to build upon a strong season as Head Coach Jason Owen announced the addition of 18 new recruits who will join the roster.
Geer, who is already qualified for the Pan Pacs team thanks to a 3rd-place swim in the 100 free, would’ve had 3 days off were it not for Friday’s time trial.
15-year-old Paige McKenna won the women’s 400 free, posting a 4:17.59. That time marked McKenna’s first sub-4:20 performance ever, and marked a nearly 6 second time drop fro her previous best of 4:23.07.
Mackenzie McConagha took the women’s 100 fly with a quick 1:01.72.
Dolan swam the 2nd-fastest time of her career in the 100 free in a limited event schedule on Sunday in Charlotte.
Veronica Burchill swam a lifetime best in the 200 free on Saturday after doing the same in the 400 on Friday.
The men’s side saw a thrilling battle that came down to the final race, with Virginia beating Penn State by 2 points.
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