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Following day 1 prelims, there are quite a few tight team battles set up. After the prelims of the men’s 1 meter…
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Aaron Young’s second event, the 100 backstroke, gives him the advantage over Jacob Thulins’ second event, the 50 freestyle. Young will be the first alternate after they both tied with 46.38’s in the 100 butterfly.
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Simonas Bilis may not be the top seed in the 100 free, but his 41.30 split from the 400 medley relay last night suggests that he has a big swim coming up.
Wolfpack junior Christian McCurdy is the top seed in the 200 fly tonight, looking to defend his 2014 title. He holds the ACC record at 1:41.72
Louisville gets the advantage on day 3 going into finals with 12 A final swims at the ACC Men’s Championships in Atlanta.
To beat Virginia Tech, NC State needs to average about 75 points per day more than Virginia Tech for the rest of the meet.
Notre Dame’s Zach Stephens is the top seed in today’s 200 IM at the 2015 ACC Championships.
Day 1 of the Men’s ACC Championships kicks off with the 200 medley relay and the 800 freestyle relay.
NC State and Louisville will have to battle it out in the pool for the team race. Virginia Tech has a 247 point lead after diving, but I don’t know if it will be enough to repeat as ACC Champions.
Leah Smith will look to continue her excellent sophomore campaign on the opening night of the 2015 Women’s ACC Swimming and Diving Championships
Breeja Larson and Annie Zhu race at the 2014 SEC Championships. The 2015 SEC championships kick off Tuesday and are one of this week’s meets to watch.