The final session of the 2022 Wolfpack Invite will see a sprint showdown between Olympian Torri Huske (above) and NC State’s Katharine Berkoff in the 100 free
Duke hosted South Carolina for a combined dual meet in Durham on Friday, posting decisive victories in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Gridley’s 50 breast was faster than Duke’s breast split at 2022 ACCs, and her 150 breast time was faster than what Alex Walsh went at the UVA intrasquad.
Duke’s Sally Foley won two individual events and added a relay win to help propel the Blue Team to victory at the team’s intrasquad Tuesday.
With NCAA Champion Sophie Hansson gone, Andrea Podmaníková will get her chance in the spotlight as a 5th year for the NC State Wolfpack this season.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
15-year-old Henry McFadden also set a meet record in the 100 freestyle with a 50.84, a new personal best that snuck under the Summer Nationals cut.
Through just two NCAA meets, Virginia’s Kate Douglass leads her class with a staggering 114 individual points scored.
Virginia Tech’s Youssef Ramadan comes in as the top seed and defending champion in the men’s 100 fly on Day 3 of the ACC Championships in Atlanta.
The #6 Lady Vols and #15 Vols kicked off the new year with victories over Duke and Queens University (Division II) in a double dual at Queens.
Sophie Hansson has been on fire this weekend, clocking breaststroke times that rival her NCAA performances at the end of the 2020-21 season.
Justin Ress tuned up for the U.S. Olympic Trials with two huge personal bests, including the #2 time among all Americans this season in the 100 back.
Curzan went a 59.3 100 back, Huske a 24.4 50 free and Curzan tied Huske in the 50 free final (but was shortly after disqualified for a 15-meter violation).
Countie put up her second-fastest performance ever behind her 51.59 from 2019, making it her second time under 52 seconds ever.