Welcome from Coach Ned Skinner

A quick word from the Virginia Tech swimming & diving head coach.


Men's Roster

Women's Roster

  • Jessica
    Free • Fr.
  • Gabrielle
    Free/Back/Fly • Sr.
  • Alyssa
    Breast/IM • r-Sr.
  • Ashley
    Diving • Jr.
  • Lauren
    Fly/IM/Free • Sr.
  • Caroline
    Free/Fly • Jr.
  • Auriane
    de Premilhat
    Free/Back • Jr.
  • Fiona
    Free/Fly/IM • Jr.
  • Katie
    Back/Fly/Free • Sr.
  • Adriana
    Freestyle • So.
  • Danielle
    Sprint Free • Fr.
  • Maggie
    Free/Fly/Back/IM • Jr.
  • Holly
    Back/IM • Sr.
  • Kelly
    Breast/IM • So.
  • Jessica
    Freestyle • Jr.
  • Klaudia
    Back/Fly/IM/Free • So.
  • Savannah
    Diving • So.
  • Weronika
    Breast/IM • Sr.
  • Sydney
    Freestyle/Backstroke/Butterfly • Fr.
  • Ashlynn
    Diving • Fr.
  • Leah
    Diving • Jr.
  • Leah
    Fly/IM/Sprint Free • Fr.
  • Madison
    Diving • Jr.
  • Laura
    Free/IM • Jr.
  • Mackenzie
    IM/Breast • Sr.
  • M.J.
    Breast • So.
  • Logan
    Fly/IM • So.

A premier competition facility

Ranked as one of the best facilities in the ACC, the Christiansburg Aquatic Center boasts state-of-the art amenities and creates an outstanding atmosphere for competition.

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Olympic Sports Athletic
Performance Center

The Olympic Sports Athletic Performance Center features more than 6,000 square feet filled with equipment designed to help one get stronger, bigger and faster and to help enhance the functional movement of Tech’s athletes and thus prevent injuries.

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A history of excellence

The H2Okies have a strong swimming and diving tradition dating back to the program's inaugural season in 1933. Tech has over 500 wins in the history of the program, has recorded 65 winning seasons and captured five conference championships under 13 head coaches, including Tech's current and all-time winningest coach, Ned Skinner. The H2Okies have produced 11 All-Americans and two Olympians over the years and has recorded 15 NCAA appearances. This past year, both programs broke the top 20 for the first time ever by placing 18th at the championships and, at the 2012 ACC Championships, the Virginia Tech men took the podium by placing second for the first time in program history.

Kaan Tayla | 2008 Olympian | Turkey Katarina Filova | 2012 Olympian | Slovakia Kaylea Arnett | All-American Ryan Hawkins | All-American Logan Kline | All-American Heather Savage | All-American Logan Shinholser | All-American

H2Okie highlights

The H2Okies have had several student-athletes represent Virginia Tech on many podiums. Olympians include Kaan Tayla of Turkey (2008) and Katarina Filova of Slovakia (2012). Last season was very successful across the board as the Hokies added five more All-Americans to the list including four 2012 ACC Champions. Kaylea Arnett became the first Virginia Tech women's diving champion when she won the 1-meter gold medal as a freshman and head coach Ned Skinner garnered his third career conference head coach of the year award.

Swimming & Diving Record Book (PDF)

Building the total athlete

At Virginia Tech, student-athletes don't just play sports. Hokies have the advantages of top-notch services to prepare them for action on the field and for life after graduation.

An extensive athletics complex

The Virginia Tech athletics department has enjoyed unprecedented success since joining the Atlantic Coast Conference, living up to the three simple goals within its own mission statement: To strive for excellence in academics, to strive for excellence in competition, and to strive for excellence in the personal development of student-athletes as productive members of society.

A university that prepares scholars to be leaders

Dedicated to its motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), Virginia Tech takes a hands-on, engaging approach to education.

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