Courtney Bartholomew was all smiles at the ACC Championships, but that smile could be making American history in a few weeks given her conference performances.
The 2015 Women’s ACC Swimming & Diving Championships have officially wrapped up from Georgia Tech. Relive the high points with this photo gallery, courtesy of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Facebook.
Notre Dame breaststroke Emma Reaney took 2nd in the 200 breaststroke at the 2015 ACC Championships, but still has her eye on an NCAA title in March.
Virginia women’s swimming & diving head coach inherited a team in 2013 that had won 6-straight ACC Championships, and has…
Tanja Kylliainen won the first ACC title for any Louisville athlete in any sport with her 200 IM victory on night 2.
Riki Bonnema won the 50 free and helped NC State break the ACC record in the 200 free relay on day 2 of the ACC Championships.
Virginia’s Courtney Bartholomew will have swim fans on American Record Watch all week after some blistering mid-season performances.
Kelsi Worrell still has both the 200 fly and the 50 free on the table for the ACC Championships as she leads the Cardinals into their first meet in the new conference.
Indiana in competition against Auburn from 10/10/14.
Notre Dame will compete against Wisconsin and Indiana this Friday and Saturday in Madison, Wisconsin.
The reigning national champion in the 200-yard breaststroke, Reaney begins her final semester of competition at Notre Dame Saturday.
Felicia Lee led off the women’s 4×50 medley relay that smashed the previous American record by 3 seconds.
Meaghan O’Donnell to Swim for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish
The Boilermakers took down the Fighting Irish Saturday afternoon at Notre Dame’s Rolfs Aquatic Center, thanks to a number of multiple-event winners on both the men’s and women’s sides.
Emma Reaney, the defending NCAA champion in the 200 breast, and the Fighting Irish traveled to Auburn for a triangle meet with Auburn and Vanderbilt. The Irish lost to Auburn but beat Vanderbilt.