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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.- The Virginia men’s and women’s swim teams will compete at one of the top meets of the semester, the Georgia Fall Invitational, beginning on Thursday (Nov. 29). In addition to Virginia, the three-day competition at Gabrielsen Natatorium will feature California, Georgia, Michigan and UCLA.

The finals on Thursday and Friday will be streamed on SECN+. Fans can access links to the stream and live results on Updates throughout the meet will be provided on the team’s official Twitter account (@UVASwimDive).

Meet Information:
Date: Thursday, Nov. 29- Saturday, Dec. 1
Location: Gabrielsen Natatorium- Athens, Ga.
• Thursday: Prelims- 9:30 a.m. | Finals- 5 p.m.
• Friday: Prelims- 9:30 a.m. | Finals- 5 p.m.
• Saturday: Prelims- 9:30 a.m. | Finals 3 p.m.

In the Rankings
The Cavaliers enter as the No. 4 women’s team and No. 15 men’s teams in the latest CSCAA rankings. California is the top ranked men’s program, followed by No. 4 Michigan and No. 14 Georgia. On the women’s side, Michigan enters the meet as the No. 2 team. California ranks fifth, while Georgia ranks 15th. UCLA women’s team is receiving votes.

The Season
• Virginia enters the weekend after a two-week break from swimming competitions. The Cavaliers sent members to the ACC/Big Ten Challenge Nov. 10-11, while the team last competed as a full squad against Louisville Nov. 2-3.
• Both the men’s and women’s teams hold a 3-1 dual meet record. Both programs topped Penn State and Pittsburgh, while the women’s team defeated Louisville and the men’s team defeated Auburn.
• Despite the time away from competition, four Cavaliers hold a top 20 national time. Redshirt senior Brendan Casey (Santa Monica, Calif.) ranks 14th in the 1000-yard freestyle (9:05.04) and 18th in the 1650-yard freestyle (15:13.13), while sophomore Keefer Barnum (Louisville, Ky.) ranks 18th in the 200-yard breaststroke (1:56.99) and junior Ted Schubert (Ashland, Va.) ranks 10th in the 400-yard individual medley (3:46.50). Redshirt junior Megan Moroney (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) leads the women’s team, ranking 17th in the 200-yard backstroke (1:53.78).

• The host team holds five times in the top 20 with Greg Reed and Andrew Abrozzo ranking six and ninth, respectively, in the men’s 1000-yard freestyle. Courtney Harnish ranks 14th in the women’s 1000-yard freestyle, while Dakota Luther and Olivia Carter rank 16th and 18th, respectively, in the women’s 200-yard butterfly.
• The Bulldogs enter the weekend with both programs capturing a win over South Carolina in addition to the women’s team defeating Arkansas. Both teams fell to Florida in a dual meet.

• The Bears hold a 2-0 dual meet men’s record and 2-1 record on the women’s side. Both programs topped Utah, while the men defeated Pacific and the women defeated Washington State. The women’s team suffered a loss to Texas.
• The men’s team is led by Andrew Seliskar, who holds two top-20 times, ranking 15th in the 200-yard butterfly and 16th in the 200-yard breaststroke. Reece Whitley ranks eighth in the 200-yard breaststroke, while Nick Norman ranks 17th in the 1000-yard freestyle.
• The women’s team is led by Abbey Weitzeil, who holds the fourth-best time in the 50-yard freestyle and 16th in the 100-yard freestyle, and Katie McLaughlin, who ranks 10th in the 200-yard butterfly and 20th in the 100-yard freestyle.

• Michigan holds a 5-0 record on both sides of competition with wins against Miami (Ohio), Oakland, Northwestern, Denver and Iowa.
• The Wolverines have a combined 17 times within the top 20, including holding the top time in four events.
• Felix Auboeck captured the top time in the 500-yard freestyle, while Ricardo Vargas Jacob ranks first in the 1000-yard freestyle. Siobhan Haughey and Maggie MacNeil lead the nation in the 200-yard freestyle and the 100-yard butterfly, respectively.

• The Bruins enter the meet a 3-0 dual meet record with wins over Utah, Arizona and Arizona State.
• UCLA is led by butterflier Amy Okada, sprint freestyler Claire Grover and distance freestyle swimmer Sandra Sow.