Following a dominant 2020-21 season that saw the team’s first-ever NCAA swimming title in the 400-yard medley relay, several NC State swimmers took a look back on the season and at the road ahead.
The No. 6 NC State men’s swim team wrapped up NCAAs on Saturday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center after a weekend of solid swims and two podium finishes.
The No. 5 NC State women’s swim team shattered expectations and posted record-breaking swims across the board this weekend at NCAA Championships, which were held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
NC State men's swimming and diving finished just two points shy of picking up its seventh consecutive ACC Championship, falling narrowly to Louisville.
Although the Wolfpack smashed numerous program records and took home several individual meet titles, No. 2 Virginia finished in first place for the second year in a row.
After bouncing back from a loss against No. 2 Virginia last weekend, the No. 6 women (4-1) beat Virginia Tech handily by a score of 168-126. The No. 6 Wolfpack men (5-0) followed suit with a final score of 164-136.
The Wolfpack men handled Virginia solidly with a final score of 190.5-107.5, although the women experienced their first loss of the season as Virginia pulled off a narrow victory of 153-144.
The Wolfpack swim teams had a victorious weekend, with both the men’s and women’s teams earning wins against UNC and Duke. Both teams are now 3-0.
From multiple trophy hoists to record years and rivalry wins, here are our top-seven NC State sports moments of 2020.