Is lucky number seven out of reach for the Cavaliers this year? Buckle up for one of the tightest ACC championships we’ve seen in a while.
Courtney Bartholomew led the Virginia Cavaliers to their 7th consecutive conference title, although the team battle was overshadowed by Notre Dame’s Emma Reaney, who broke the American record in the 200 breast.
The second night of racing at the women’s ACC Championships featured a big Virginia push in the 500 free, led by new ACC record-holder Leah Smith.
2014 ACC Women’s Championship Fan Guide: Virginia goes for 7-straight as Notre Dame, Pitt join ACC party
Courtney Bartholomew is one of the big-name swimmers hoping to lead Virginia to its 7th-straight ACC title. They’ll go toe-to-toe with UNC at Greensboro to kick off the major conference meet season.
Florida State picked up a home win against in-state rival Miami Friday night, winning 12 of 16 events en route to a 174-113 win.
Florida State’s Pawel Sankovich (above) was one of two swimmers named as the ACC’s Swimmer of the Week.
North Carolina State’s Jonathan Boffa was named the ACC Male Swimmer of the Week for the 2nd time this season.
Coach Troy said his team is coming out of its toughest training block of the season and is focused on getting healthy before championship meets.
Elizabeth Beisel had a huge performance in back-to-back events to turn the tide for the University of Florida.
Harris will stay in state to swim for the Seminoles.
Marcin Tarcynski and the well-rounded Golden Bear men sit atop the mid-season power rankings.
The Cal women are absolutely unreal this season, led by Liz Pelton, who placed in the top 2 of three different events at NCAA’s last year. How does everyone else stack up?
Georgia’s Melanie Margalis showed another spark in Saturday’s preliminary session at the 2013 Auburn Invitational.
Jack Bauerle’s latest star could be Olivia Smoliga, who was a season-best in prelims at the Auburn Invitational.
Caeleb Dressel has scheduled a visit to the University of Florida as well.