Nov. 30, 2012
ATHENS, Ga.-The Virginia swimming and diving team advanced nine swimmers to the A finals on the first day of the Georgia Fall Invitational Friday (Nov. 30) at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Ga.
In the women’s 500 free, junior Rachel Naurath is seeded second going into the finals with a time of 4:41.03, while sophomores Alison Haulsee (4:43.72) and Shaun Casey (4:45.58) will join her in the A final. Junior Caroline Kenney, sophomore Kelly Offutt and freshman Hanne Borgersen will compete in the B final, while junior Hillary Petersen will swim in the C final.
Junior Jan Daniec posted the second-fastest time in the men’s 500 free (4:21.63), while juniors Parker Camp and Brad Phillips, freshman Nick Alexiou and junior Parker Camp will compete in the B final. Freshmen Rodney Fentress and Chris Webb will swim in the C final.
Sophomore Ellen Williamson will compete in the women’s 200 IM final after notching the fifth-fastest time (1:58.30). Classmate Sarah White is in the B final tonight, while freshman Courtney Bartholomew will be in the C final.
In the men’s 200 IM, junior Taylor Grey (1:48.77) qualified for the A final, while senior Nick Montes de Oca (1:49.59) will be joined by sophomore David Ingraham (1:49.92) and freshman Luke Papendick (1:49.31) in the B final. Freshmen Matheus Martini (1:51.05) and Yannick Kaeser (1:51.59) will swim in the C final.
Senior Lauren Perdue (22.46) will compete in the women’s 50 free final, while junior Emily Lloyd (22.90) qualified for the B final. The C final will see junior Dana Nessler (23.24) and sophomore Emily Dicus (23.44) in action.
The 200 free relay and the 400 medley relay, in addition to the men’s 1-meter and women’s 3-meter diving, will be decided in Friday’s finals session, which starts at 5 p.m.
Thompson Starts Laying GroundworkWomen's Basketball6/20/18Summer practice started Wednesday morning for the Virginia women's basketball team, which has a new head coach, Tina Thompson.Huff Looking to Make Up for Lost TimeMen's Basketball6/19/18A 7-1 forward from Durham, N.C., Jay Huff hopes to carve out a role in Virginia's frontcourt as a redshirt sophomore in 2018-19.Nus Traveling Road to RecoveryMen's Soccer6/18/18Rising senior Sergi Nus, an All-ACC defender who's recovering from a torn ACL, expects to be ready for Virginia's opener in August.
Director of News Content
A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
Virginia Earns CSCAA Scholar All-America Team Award ...
Swimming & Diving | 6/19/2018
The men's and women's team captured CSCAA Scholar All-America honors for its team's academic...
Casey Qualifies for USA Open Water National Team
Swimming & Diving | 5/4/2018
Casey qualifies for the USA Open Water National Team after placing fourth at the USA Open Water...
Virginia Adds Cary Lynn Fields to Swimming and Diving Team
Swimming & Diving | 4/27/2018
The men's and women's programs welcome six-year-old Cary Lynn Fields to the program with a...
Virginia Names 14 to Swimming and Diving All-ACC Academic Team
Swimming & Diving | 4/19/2018
The Cavaliers had 14 members of the men's and women's swimming and diving program named to the...
Sheaff Named Swimming and Diving Assistant Coach
Swimming & Diving | 4/13/2018
Sheaff was a volunteer coach with Virginia this past season, working alongside the current staff ...
Virginia Concludes NCAAs with Three All-America Performances
Swimming & Diving | 3/24/2018
Virginia recorded All-America Honorable Mention honors with two individual swims and a relay...
Virginia Concludes Third Day of NCAA Championships
Swimming & Diving | 03/23/2018
Virginia advanced three individuals to the finals of the NCAA Championships, recording All-Americ...
Virginia Finishes 16th in 400 Medley Relay
Swimming & Diving | 03/22/2018
The Cavaliers advanced to the finals of the 400 medley relay finishing 16th overall in the event.
- Online Stores