Despite a valiant effort from the No. 5 women, NC State swim and dive couldn’t quite pull a victory over No. 1 Virginia on Saturday, Jan. 21 in Charlottesville, Virginia. On the men’s side, however, the No. 3 Wolfpack knocked down the Cavaliers in an easy victory to maintain its winning streak.
NC State swim and dive made light work of the Duke Blue Devils after having its Friday meet against UNC postponed.
The No. 5 NC State swimming and diving is approaching a pair of challenging meets against the two top teams in the country, No. 1 Virginia and No. 2 Texas.
From team and individual national championships, to wild finishes, upsets and more, 2021 was a memorable year and over the next three days, the Technician Sports Editors will be breaking down our top 20 NC State moments of 2021.
NC State swimming & diving was well-represented in Abu Dhabi at the 2021 FINA Short Course World Championships to the tune of 11 swimmers.
The NC State swimming and diving teams bested both Auburn and Kentucky in a tri-meet, continuing the Wolfpack’s fine start to the season.
NC State swimming and diving returned to the Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center for the first time in over a year and dominated Tennessee for its first dual win of the year.
NC State swimming and diving got its season off to an ideal start, with both the men’s and women’s teams dominating the Tar Heels in the Pack’s first dual meet of the season.
As swimming season comes over the horizon, NC State swimming and diving prepares for a run at the women’s national title and a bounce-back season for the men.