Kelly Offutt of UVA wins the 1650 free going 16:08.65 on the final night of competition at the 2013 ACC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Kelly Offutt of UVA is congratulated by teammate Rachel Naurath after winning the 1650 free. Naurath took second place.
UVA Freshman Courtney Bartholomew starts the 200 back prelims.
Courtney Bartholomew of UVA wins the 200 backstroke in 1:53.13. Earlier in the meet she won the 100 backstroke.
Tiffany Oliver of Florida State throws a dramatic flourish to her teammates following a 48.19 victory in the 100 free. Earlier in the meet she won the 50 free.
Virginia Tech Freshman Weronika Paluszek starts the 200 breaststroke championship final.
Weronika Paluszek of Virginia Tech flashes a grin after winning the 200 breaststroke championship final in 2:10.12.
Cari Blalock of UNC wins the 200 fly in 1:54.67. She was followed by teammate Meredith Hoover for a 1-2 UNC finish.
Cari Blalock and Meredith Hoover celebrate their 1-2 finish for UNC in the 200 fly.
Kara McCormack of Miami takes the win in platform diving.
It’s time to get serious about the 400 free relay. Florida State deposits some lucky water into the pool….
…. Florida State Head Coach Neil Harper bangs the war drums with whatever tools are available.
The UNC women get pretty for the 400 free relay.
The UVA swimmers huddle up.
The 400 free relay verdict: UNC wins, UVA second, Florida State third.
Lauren Purdue (2012 Olympian) of UVA wins Swimmer of the Meet.
UVA wins the team championship.
Sara White of UVA does a belly flop.
Coaches get thrown in the water.
Everyone jumps in the water and celebrates. Congratulations to the UVA women!
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