The University of Virginia women won their 5th straight (and 20th overall) ACC team title this past week in Greensboro while the UVA men placed 5th
UVA head coach Todd DeSorbo talked to SwimSwam about a surprise nation-leading 200 IM and how he’s balancing various roles heading into a busy time of year.
Virginia junior Gretchen Walsh should lead the Cavaliers to their fifth ACC title in a row — but behind them, it’s a toss-up predicting the standings.
The leadup to the US Olympic Trials and Olympic Games has many ripple effects nationwide.
2024 Women’s Swimming Olympic coach Todd DeSorbo shares his 2 favorite sets to give his athletes during winter training.
Allison Bischoff’s best times would have placed her in the C-final of the 500 free and 24th in the 1650 free at the 2023 ACC Championships.
Auboeck represented Austria at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics while DeLoof represented the US. Both graduated from Michigan.
Bowman’s standout year included a runner-up men’s NCAA finish and guiding Leon Marchand, Hubert Kos and Regan Smith to decorated World Championship campaigns.
Aikins felt compelled to take an Olympic gap year when he missed the U.S. World Championships team for the second straight year.
Dave Durden was named Coach of the Year at the 2023 Golden Goggle Awards. Durden placed six swimmers on the USA World Championship team this past summer.
Coming off her breakout summer, Gretchen has big goals for the 2024 NCAA Championships, and she put them out there, stating she’d like to…
Heilman, arguably one of the greatest high school recruits ever, made the huge decision to stay in-state and follow his older brother to Charlotesville.
We’re all set for a thrilling showdown in Gainesville, where the up-and-coming No. 7 Florida women will try to take down top-ranked Virginia on Friday.
It feels like the end of an era with Douglass gone, but a stacked recruiting class combined with a veteran core has the Virginia women set for the future.
Perhaps the most highly sought after position in the sport, there are no shortage of candidates to fill Eddie Reese’s shoes next season in Austin.