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Saturday’s intrasquad Blue vs. White meet in Koury Natatorium was the North Carolina swimming and diving teams’ first of the season, but nerves were not a factor.
For nearly half of the North Carolina swimming and diving teams, Saturday’s tri-meet in Columbia, S.C., marked their first taste of collegiate competition.
The North Carolina women’s swimming and diving team learned that, in fact, everything is not bigger in Texas.
After the Virginia Tech men edged the North Carolina men’s swimming team for second at the ACC Championship last season, coach Rich DeSelm said he was excited for a rematch.
Coach Rich DeSelm has been able to lead the North Carolina swimming and diving team to a triumph he never experienced when he competed for the Tar Heels in the 1970s.
In his fourth appearance at the NCAA swimming championships, Tom Luchsinger was the silver lining for the North Carolina men’s swimming team Saturday.
After months of training herself back to full strength, Peacock traveled to Russia with the US National team and won a gold and silver medal at the World University Games.
Standing behind the blocks with her back against the wall, North Carolina swimmer Cari Blalock surveyed the pool.
The starting gun sounded and North Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams sped off to the races last Friday with their first meet of the season.
For the North Carolina men’s swimming team, going on the road to the University of Texas and Texas Christian University in the same weekend was difficult enough. Finding a place to stay, though, proved to be the real test.
The North Carolina swim team left its opponent in the shallow end of the pool this weekend, using its depth to pull away from Louisville in a two-day dual meet.
For Dominick Glavich, not everything has gone according to plan.
One game — 121 points. That was the record for most points in a single game — set by the 1985 North Carolina women’s basketball team just one short year before coach Syvlia Hatchell would take her place at the helm of the program. That was the number to beat — the landmark to surpass.
The most important part of the race isn’t the first lap, it’s the last. North Carolina’s swimming and diving team started the first lap of the season strong.
There were three races left in Saturday’s dual meet against the Navy Midshipmen. The North Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were each well on their way to securing 177-118 and 194-97 victories in the first meet of the new year when everything was brought to an abrupt halt.
Nervous. That was the expected emotion for the members of the No. 18 North Carolina women’s swimming and diving team as they competed in the 400-yard freestyle relay for the victory against ACC foe No. 6 Virginia on Saturday. But nerves weren't a problem.
The Smith Center will roar when the North Carolina men’s basketball team meets Duke in March.
It was business as usual for the North Carolina swimming and diving team on Senior Night — except for one thing.
Tough competition was exactly what Coach Rich DeSelm and the North Carolina swimming and diving teams wanted Saturday against N.C. State – and that’s exactly what they got.
The potent smell of chlorine fills your nose, shocking your senses as you step into the Aquatic Center at the Orange County Sportsplex.