More top-ranked recruits have been heading to Louisville, and they’ve been making quick impacts at both the conference and NCAA levels.
Though ACC records were broken all night, the most exciting race came at the end, when the Virginia women smashed the US Open record in the 400 medley relay.
Louisville’s Evgenii Somov and Nick Albiero will each be swimming for a fifth-straight ACC title in their respective individual events today.
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.
UVA sophomore Matt Brownstead is among the favorites in the men’s 50 free on the first full day of action at the 2022 ACC Championships.
The Virginia Cavaliers have a star-studded roster, but don’t expect the NC State Wolfpack to let UVA to earn a third-straight title without a fight.
The Louisville Cardinals put up season-best times in both 200 free relays just two weeks away from the combined ACC Swimming & Diving Championships.
University of Georgia freshman Matt Sates figures to make a massive impact for the Bulldogs this season after joining the team from South Africa.
Charlotte Crush, youngest of 4 Crush children, is now the 2nd-fastest 13-year old 100 flier, and 4th-fastest 13-year old 100 backstroker in history.
After posting the top time during this morning’s prelims session, Louisville’s Evgenii Somov, the reigning ACC Champ, is set to take on the 200 breaststroke.
The Purdue men lead night 1 of the Purdue Invite via strong diving performances from Gregory Duncan and Jordan Rzepka, while Northwestern leads the women.
Missouri State graduate senior Anna Miller broke her own program record in the women’s 50 freestyle in a time of 22.16 for the top seed.
Danish sprinter Karoline Barrett’s converted lifetime best times would have made the B-final in the 50 free and 100 free at the 2021 ACC Championships.
Olympic Trials Wave I qualifier Summer Cardwell has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Louisville for the 2023-24 school year.
As the American swimming calendar begins to normalize, late July will host the first “as-usual” national-level events around the country.