It was the perfect ending to a successful campaign for Colin Zeng and the Tennessee swimming and diving team.
Wednesday, 270 men (235 swimmers and 35 divers) will participate in the NCAA Championships, a four-day competition extending until Saturday at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
The Tennessee men and women divers competed in front of their home crowd for the last time this season as the Zone B Diving Championships came to a close on Wednesday evening.
After a strong showing during day one of the zone B diving championships, the Tennessee diving team looked to continue its positive momentum into day two of the competition.
The NCAA Zone B Diving Championships began on Monday at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center in Knoxville. Divers from the southeastern region gathered together to battle for positions at the national championships.
The Tennessee men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrapped up a successful campaign over the weekend in the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships.
Following a regular season that saw both the men’s and women’s squads find success, the Tennessee swimming and diving team will now compete in the 2018 SEC Championships, hosted by Texas A&M and starting Wednesday in College Station at Student Rec Center Natatorium.
The Tennessee swimming and diving team was well aware of the daunting task that Florida presented when it came to town for Senior Day at the Allen Jones Aquatic Center on Friday.
Before the Tennessee swimming and diving team begins thinking about their championship meets, they must first prepare for one of the best swim teams in the country.
Saturday, Tennessee's men’s swimming and diving team rallied late to tie Georgia 150-150, while the women's team fell short with a final score of 169-139 at Gabrielsen Natatorium. Tennessee used a 1-2 finish in the final 400-yard medley relay to make up the 13-point deficit to tie the Bulldo…
The rivalry between the University of Georgia and the University of Tennessee extends beyond the confines of the football field and the basketball court. Tennessee and Georgia are also rivals in swimming and diving; it is always one of the last two dual meets of the season.
Tennessee swimming and diving head coach Matt Kredich said the Lady Vols' loss to Virginia last week “left a bad taste in a lot of people’s mouths,” and he expected to see more resolve against Arkansas.
It is rare for the Tennessee swimming and diving men or women to compete in a meet without their respective counterparts, but that very scenario will take place when the women travel to Fayetteville to face Arkansas on Saturday.
As Colin (Zhipeng) Zeng prepared for one of the biggest moments of his diving career, he could not help but ponder a question that had been on his mind since the beginning of the season: Was he at the right college?
Tennessee swimming and diving head coach Matt Kredich said the Tennessee Invitational would test the endurance of his team, and after two days of the three-day meet, the team has passed the test.
After day one of the Tennessee Invitational at Allan Jones Aquatic Center, both the Tennessee men and the Tennessee women have jumped out in front.
Before Thursday, Louisville had held the Tennessee swimming and diving team to zero victories in the last two seasons when the teams had met for dual meets.
The Tennessee swim team held an intrasquad meet Friday at Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center, with the White team besting the Orange squad 521.5 to 390.5.
Sophomore Kyle DeCoursey and freshman Meghan Small capped off the SEC Swimming and Diving Championship meet with new school records in the women’s 200 backstroke and the men’s 100 freestyle on Saturday night.
The Vols continued to smash school records in the second night of the SEC Championship Finals, while some of the youngest Tennessee swimmers picked up big wins for the team.
Tennessee junior Liam Stone smashed the pool, school and SEC records to win the men’s 1-meter springboard at the first night of SEC Championship finals.
Dave Parrington has been the diving coach for the past 27 years and has been a part of four of the 10 conference meets Tennessee has hosted. While he says each championship has a slightly different feel to it, one thing remains the same.
After losing their final home meet to Georgia, the Vols swimming and diving team are looking to hammer out some last-minute details and test their abilities against Florida before resting for the SEC Championship meet.
With their regular season soon coming to an end, the Vols swimming and diving team are going to need to keep a clear head with the conference championship coming up.
With the fall season wrapping up for Tennessee swimming and diving, sophomore Kyle DeCoursey is confident in his team and ready to take on the competition ahead.
After losing to Louisville at home and splitting their double dual meet in Kentucky last week, the 11th ranked women’s swim team will travel alone to Nashville to compete against Vanderbilt at Centennial Sportsplex on Nov. 4.
The Tennessee Volunteers swimming and diving team swept the North Carolina Tarheels on Friday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Oct. 22, notching a 216-156 victory for the men and a 205-167 win for the women.
When watching Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps compete in events, take a good look at their goggles. Both swimmers wear their goggles on the inside of their swim caps.
Imagine a NCAA football coach handing out a scholarship to a quarterback he has never seen play. UT diving coach Dave Parrington, did exactly that.
Redshirt senior diver Mauricio Robles grew up in Monterrey, Mexico and came to the University of Tennessee in 2011 so he could dive while pursuing a degree.
The SEC and NCAA Championships are just around the corner, but first, the UT men’s and women’s swimming teams face a familiar foe in Gainesville.
The 2014-2015 swimming and diving season is coming closer to its finale. Conference and NCAA championships are just around the corner, making the next few weeks critical for Tennessee.
After a tough meet against two powerful teams two weeks ago, the Tennessee men's and women's swimming and diving team are ready to dive into this week's matchup against Auburn and Louisville.