Madden was voted the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year for the second consecutive season, while Albiero was selected as the Men’s Swimmer of the Year.
With longtime Texas head coach Eddie Reese announcing his retirement, here’s a speculative list of candidates for a team with 15 NCAA titles.
UVA coach Todd DeSorbo said he doesn’t expect any of his seniors to use the extra year of eligibility granted to them by the NCAA.
These selections match the SwimSwam awards, which were announced yesterday.
The first NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships didn’t disappoint, and here’s our take on the moments and people which stood out to us last week.
Todd said it was a goal of his for his team to be disruptive at NCAAs, knowing that only 3 teams had finished in the top 2 at NCAAs over the past decade
For the first time in program history, the Virginia Cavalier women are NCAA team champions. Placing second was the NC State Wolfpack, an ACC 1-2 finish.
World record holders and Gator Swim Club teammates Ryan Lochte and Caeleb Dressel lead the swimmers competing at next week’s ISCA Senior Cup
For Douglass & Walsh, DeSorbo said the event choices came down to what they wanted to swim and what events excited them the most
Virginia is the heavy favorite to repeat as team champion, while NC State and Louisville are projected to defend their 2nd and 3rd place finishes.
DeSorbo said that unusually enough, the UVA men’s team has made a habit of taking dual meets down to the last relay since his arrival in Charlottesville
Tyler Fenwick will be the acting head coach for Friday’s meet against Virginia Tech after the program’s head coach Todd DeSorbo (above) and head diving coach Drew Livingston both entered COVID-19 protocols.
There was no NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving National Championship meet in 2020, but if there were, Todd DeSorbo had his team lined up to win – on the back of a freshman superstar.
2020 was a really hard year for swimmers, and everyone else. See who made the best of it and are honored with our 2020 Swammy Awards.
The meet will serve as the collegiate debut for Alex Walsh, the top freshman female swimmer in the country this NCAA season.