Simone Moll, who represents South Africa internationally, advanced to the semi-finals at World Juniors in the 50 and 100 breaststroke.
All-American Mia Vallee already confirmed a redshirt for the 2023-2024 season, but the Miami Hurricanes have been without the rest of their diving crew so far too.
#12 seed in the 50 free, Kit Kat Zenick, has scratched prelims of the 50 free scheduled for tomorrow morning. She was one of three scratches.
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Kaitlyn Dobler aims to repeat as the 100 breast champion, but Texas’ duo of Lydia Jacoby and Anna Elendt will be hard to overcome.
The first night of the 2023 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships will featured six events, including the promise of some historically-fast relays.
Miami’s team of Celina Kuehne, Tara Vovk, Zorry Mason, and Giulia Carvahlo combined to clock 1:37.05 in the relay, lowering the program record of 1:38.50.
With a massive freshman and transfer class, the Virginia women are heavily favored to win their fourth-straight ACC Championships title this year.
Sophie Martin, a member of Australia’s Junior Dolphins, has announced her verbal commitment to Northwestern, beginning in the fall of 2024.
Miami (FL) hosted FGCU and Houston for a women’s dual last Friday, emerging victorious by large margins against both teams.
Colin Feehery’s school record led SMU to a win in the men’s meet, while San Diego State overcame a big showing by Laticia Transom to take the women’s title.
Miami (FL) hosted Florida State for a women’s dual meet on Friday, falling to the Seminoles in a 157-143 decision.
Nocentini, the Northwestern record holder in the 50 free, experimented with breaststroke events in her team’s season opener and had some formidable results.
Kaitlyn Dobler and Reid Mikuta went times of 57.83 and 51.41 in the 100 breast respectively, which both would have scored at NCAAs last season.
Foster’s time is faster than the automatic qualifying standard of 3:39.16 for NCAAs, making Foster the first swimmer to hit such a cut in the 2022-23 season.