The No. 18th ranked Virginia men took on the UNC men at home today and both teams produced some fast results with Virginia winning 171 to 124.
U.S. Olympic Trials season officially opens today, with the opening prelims session of the Wave I Olympic Trial meet in Omaha.
Sono iniziati oggi i Trials Olimpici USA 2021. L’evento sarà diviso in due gruppi Wave II e Wave I dal 4 al 7 giugno. Risultati batterie Day1
On their third attempt in less than 48 hours, the UNC men’s 200 medley relay of Burhans, Abaliksta, Poelke, and Messenger broke the program record at 1:24.23.
Abaliksta swept the breaststroke events, hitting a 52.66 in the 100 and a 1:55.47 in the 200, coming just tenths off of season bests in both.
The UNC Tar Heels swept the South Carolina Gamecocks on Sunday, each team winning 10 events. Both UNC 400 medley relays improved their season bests as well.
In a battle of ACC opponents, the Virginia Cavalier men and women each won against the UNC Tar Heels, with the men’s outcome decided by the final relay.
The Tar Heel men kept it close against the Wolfpack, winning a fair share of the events, including both relays to open and close the meet.
AAC 200 fly champion Adam Mahler will transfer to the University of North Carolina after one season at East Carolina.
Tennessee’s 2019 100 fly state champion, Spencer Jyawook has announced his intention to swim for the Saint Leo University Lions’ class of 2024.
New UNC head coach Mark Gangloff’s dual meet career began with both the Tar Heel men and women defeating the ECU Pirates at home.
Alex Mays from Maryville, Tennessee has committed to the Tar Heels for 2019-20.
The North Carolina swimming and diving teams once again host the Janis Hape Dowd Nike Invitational from Feb. 8-10. The three-day event will be split between Chapel Hill, N.C. and Durham, N.C.
North Carolina’s Sophie Lindner won three times as the Tar Heels swept the Gamecocks.
The girls of W.A. Hough erased a 17-point deficit with just three events to go, taking a second and two firsts to win the girls class 4A title for North Carolina high school swimming. The Green Hope boys won by almost 100 points in a rounded team effort despite winning just one event.