The Georgia swimming and diving team continued to make strides on the season, as it put a strong outing together at the Georgia Tech invitational at the McAuley Aquatic Center.
The Georgia swimming and diving team is filled with people from all across the state, the country and the world. There are two freshmen in particular who have taken foreign influence to the next level.
Following a competitive Florida loss in their last bout, the eighth-ranked Georgia swimming and diving team emerged victorious on the road against Auburn, defeating the men’s squad 159-141 and the No. 23 women’s 178-122 at James E. Martin Aquatic Center on Nov. 5.
After both the men and women’s teams defeated North Carolina Friday night, they quickly turned around and defeated South Carolina on Saturday, 167-125 on the women’s side and 175-114 on the men’s side.
Georgia swim and dive started its 2021-2022 campaign on Oct. 22 with a resounding victory against the North Carolina Tar Heels at Gabrielsen Natatorium.
Former Georgia swimmer Javier Acevedo has been selected to the Canadian Olympic team following his performance at the Canadian Olympic Trials.
A look at how current and former Bulldogs are faring at the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, as well as updates on former Bulldogs in Canada and Singapore.
Wave II Olympic Trials are officially underway at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska, and 25 former and current Bulldog swimmers are looking to claim a spot on the United States Tokyo 2021 team.
Georgia finished the meet with 268 points, the second-highest point total in program history, trailing only the third place 1997 team.
Georgia earned its first top-10 national finish since 2017 and recorded the second-highest SEC finish over the four-day championship competition.
The 2019-20 NCAA swimming season was set to be Acevedo’s last at Georgia, but he took a redshirt to train for the games and finish his collegiate career one year later.
Georgia women's swimming and diving closed with 999 points to finish third overall at the SEC championships on Saturday night. It's the Bulldogs' highest finish since 2018.
This week in Georgia sports, the women’s basketball team dropped to 12-2 while men’s basketball's two-game conference winning streak ended against Florida.
The Georgia swimming and diving team concluded its final regular season meet against Tennessee at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center on Saturday morning with a split result.
To highlight conference and university updates as well as other developments within Georgia athletics, The Red & Black offers the Sunday reads series, recapping this week’s top sports stories.
The Bulldogs finished first in 26 events, resulting in a 184-116 win for the No. 3 Georgia women and a 179.5-103.5 victory for the No. 2 Georgia men.