Women's Swimming and Diving

Women's Swimming and Diving
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1970s

1976-1995 Don Easterling, head coach for women's swimming and diving

Don Easterling started the women's swimming and diving program from the ground up in 1976. He served as women's swimming and diving head coach from 1976 to 1981 and 1984 to 1995.

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1979 Women's swimming and diving won ACC championship
1979, 1980, 1982 Amy Lepping was three-time ACC Champion in 500 and 1650-meter freestyle
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1979, 1980, 1981 Allyson Reid was three-time ACC Champion in one and three-meter diving
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1980s

1980 Women's swimming and diving won ACC championship
1981-1984 Bob Wiencken, head coach for women's swimming and diving
1983-1985 Tricia Butcher was three-time ACC Champion in 1650-meter freestyle
1988, 1992 Agnes Gerlach competed as Olympic diver

Agnes Gerlach made the Hungarian Olympic diving team in 1988 and 1992.

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1990s

1991-1994 Agnes Gerlach was three-time ACC Champion

Agnes Gerlach was a three-time ACC Champion in three-meter diving. She was also named ACC's "Most Valuable Diver" in 1991, 1993, and 1994.

1995-2000 Scott Hammond, head coach for men's and women's swimming and diving
1999 Marica McKeel named ACC "Most Valuable Diver"

2000s

2000 Kelley Melton named ACC "Most Valuable Diver"
2000-2011 Brooks Teal, head coach for men's and women's swimming and diving
2009 Kristin Davies won NCAA championship

Kristin Davies won the NCAA National championship in platform diving and was named "Diver of the Year."

2010s

2011- Braden Holloway, head coach for men's and women's swimming and diving
2016, 2020 Sophie Hansson made Olympic team

Sophie Hansson made the Swedish Olympic team for swimming.

2017 Women's swimming and diving won ACC championship
2019 Women's swimming and diving won ACC championship
2019-2021 Sophie Hansson was NCAA and ACC Champion

Sophie Hansson was a three-time ACC champion for the 100 and 200-meter breaststroke from 2019 to 2021. Hansson also won the NCAA championship for the 100 and 200-meter breaststroke in 2021 and became the first women’s swimmer in program history to win an NCAA individual title.

2019-2021 Emma Muzzy was three-time ACC champion in 200-meter backstroke

2020s

2020 Andrea Podmanikova made Swedish Olympic team
2021 Katherine Berkoff won NCAA championship in 100-meter backstroke
2021 Women's swimming relay team broke records

Katharine Berkoff, Sophie Hansson, Kylee Alons, and Julia Poole broke program, NCAA and U.S. Open records after winning the Wolfpack’s first-ever NCAA swimming title in the 400 medley relay. The team was also NCAA national champions in the 200-meter medley relay.