UNC Swimming & Diving

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Swimming & Diving.

Video: Carolina Insider - Interview with Aranza Vazquez

North Carolina's four-time national champion diver, , joins of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of in the "Carolina Insider" podcast studio to talk about taking home two NCAA diving titles for the second consecutive season, the upcoming 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, and more. (View Video)

UNC’s Aranza Vazquez Montaño Named ACC Diver of the Year; Yaidel Gamboa Diving Coach of the Year

UNC senior diver Montaño was named ACC Women’s Diver of the Year on Monday, and UNC diving coach Yaidel Gamboa was named ACC Women’s Diving Coach of the Year. For both, it’s the second year in a row they have won the honor. Vazquez Montaño has four national titles as a Tar Heel, the only four titles in UNC program history. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: Spring Football, Basketball Portal, Aranza Vazquez Interview, UNC Baseball

College basketball's portal season is underway and UNC is not immune (6:02). The UNC Football Spring Game a little more than a week away (29:50). Four-time national champion diver discusses taking home two titles for the second consecutive season, the upcoming Olympics, and more (49:31). (Listen To Podcast)

Aranza Vazquez Montaño Named Honda Award Finalist For Swimming & Diving

UNC senior diver Montaño has been named a finalist for the Class of 2024 Honda Sport Award for Swimming & Diving. Vazquez Montaño was a Honda Award finalist last season and has won back-to-back CSCAA Diver of the Year honors. She swept the national titles in the 1-meter and 3-meter dives for the second year in a row this season. (

North Carolina Third In Learfield Directors' Cup Standings

UNC scored 361 points, the seventh most in the country among the winter sports, to bolster the Tar Heels' overall third-place performance in the updated LEARFIELD Directors' Cup standings, which were released Thursday by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. UNC has six top-10 finishes thus far in NCAA post-season play. (

Video: One-on-one with Aranza Vazquez and Erin Matson

University of North Carolina diver and four-time national champion joins five-time field hockey national champion (and current UNC Field Hockey coach) for an exclusive one-on-one feature between two of the greatest Tar Heels in their respective sports to discuss their combined 9 national titles and more. (View Video)

UNC Diver Aranza Vazquez Montaño Becomes 4-Time National Champion

For the second year in a row, UNC's Montaño swept the springboard competitions at the NCAA Division I Women's Swimming & Diving Championships, capturing the 3-meter title Friday, one day after winning her second 1-meter championship Thursday. Vazquez scored 67.50 points on her final dive for her second repeat championship. (

UNC Diver Aranza Vazquez Montaño Wins 3rd Career NCAA Title

UNC’s Montaño is taking home another national championship. The senior diver from La Paz, Mexico topped the field in the one-meter diving finals at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Athens, GA. Vazquez Montaño cleared the rest of the field, which included divers from Texas, USC and Duke, by more than 24 points. (

Aranza Vazquez Montaño Named ACC Diver Of The Week

North Carolina's Montaño was named ACC Women's Diver of the Week for the fifth time this season and 13th time overall on Tuesday. She has won the award each of the past two weeks, four of the last five, five of the past seven. Montaño split the diving events in No. 20 UNC's meet with No. 1 Virginia and No. 8 North Carolina State. (

UNC Siblings Sweep ACC Weekly Diving Awards

UNC's brother and sister duo Rodolfo Vazquez Montaño and Montaño took home ACC Men's and Women's Diver of the Week honors, with Rodolfo sharing Men's Diver of the Week accolades with Pitt's Dylan Reed. Aranza swept the diving events against UNC Asheville. This was her fourth weekly award of the season and 12th of her career. (
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