The Virginia Tech men’s and women’s swimming and diving team is set to host the Technotational this weekend as South Carolina, William & Mary, Towson, James Madison (women) and North Florida (women) join the Hokies at the Christiansburg Aqu! atic Center, Feb. 2-4.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will compete against Virginia Tech in a two-day meet beginning Friday (Jan. 12) at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center in Christiansburg, Va.
Two-time IHSA A-finalist Henry Claesson of Lyons Swim Club has verbally committed to the Virginia Tech Hokies. “It is like Virginia Tech…
Natalia Fryckowska of Poland has put her name into a quickly-growing class of 2022 for the Virginia Tech women. She was…
Roanoke, Virginia’s Keith Myburgh committed to swim for Virginia Tech beginning in the fall of 2018.
The Wolfpack men are on the prowl for their third-straight ACC championship, and it doesn’t seem likely that anyone will be nipping too closely at their tails.
The Virginia Tech Swimming and Diving team had the right idea when making a training trip video – start it off with belly flops and beach dryland, then work into the actual swimming.
The Virginia Tech H20kies have snagged a verbal commitment from 757Swim’s Joelle Vereb for their class of 2021. The Jamestown High…
All six women’s programs and all three men’s teams competing this weekend also participated in the 2016 NCAA Championships.
Ryan Held will be NC State’s #1 sprint weapon next season, while he heads into this weekend as the fastest sprint freestyler in the conference not named Simonas Bilis.
Watch Virginia Tech’s training trip video above.
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Below is a list of the some of the D1 meets we covered this weekend and how everything shook out in the final analysis:
Next season, Grace Kowal will swim for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
For more commitment articles, be sure to check out SwimSwam’s College Recruiting channel. NCAP freestyler Brandon Fabian has verbally committed to the Virginia Tech…