Tennesse sprint star Erika Brown won three individual events, all NCAA-leading times, as the Volunteers defeated the Cavaliers at home.
Swim fans got their first look at two of the top ranked recruiting classes in the nation, as the Cavaliers split up for their annual intrasquad meet.
Third-year head coach Todd DeSorbo has been landing some big recruiting classes, and this year’s freshmen should bring in the sprint chops the Wahoos need.
The University of Virginia, coming off a 10th-place finish at the NCAA Championships, headlined the inaugural VaSID Men’s Swimming & Diving All-State teams.
The UVA men, along with other elite collegiate athletes, dominated the men’s events – whereas the women’s events were largely won by age groupers.
Defending NCAA Champion Abrahm DeVine will look to pick up his second individual title in this event, and possibly challenge Chase Kalisz’s legendary AR.
NC State has locked up their 5th-straight team title, but Louisville and Virginia face a tight race for 2nd tonight on the final day of the 2019 ACC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships in Greensboro, NC.
Led by a trio of returning individual champions, NC State should be in cruise control en route to their 5th-straight ACC title.
Hill swept the sprints, topping NCAA runner-up Vol Erika Brown in the 50 free 22.47 to 22.53.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will host Tennessee and Virginia Tech in back-to-back dual meets at the Aquatic and Fitness Center this weekend (Jan. 11-12) in the Cavaliers’ last home competitions of the season.
Siobhan Haughey, who owns the top time in the NCAA in the 200 free, will be competing for Michigan this weekend at the UGA Fall Invite.
Mallory Comerford of the ACC will swim the women’s 100 freestyle on the opening day of the ACC/Big Ten College Challenge in West Lafayette.
Auburn and Virginia split in a dual meet that saw some fast in-season times despite the event order being determined on the go.
The University of Virginia opened it season with a pair of wins that highlights the talent and versatility of its large freshman class.
Carson Foster, Jake Foster, Jacob McDonald, and Adam Chaney swam a new Junior Nationals meet record in the 400 medley relay Saturday night.