2013 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships, Final Night, Photo Vault

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March 03rd, 2013 College, News, Photo Fishbowl

 

Jon Daniec of UVA wins the 1650 freestyle to open up the final night of competition at the 2013 ACC Men's Swimming and Diving Championships held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center (Photo: Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

Jon Daniec of UVA wins the 1650 freestyle to open up the final night of competition at the 2013 ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center (Photo: Tim Binning, the swim pictures)

Pavel Sankovich of Florida State takes his second individual win of the ACC Championships adding the 200 back to his earlier win in the 100 back (Photo: TIm Binning, the swim pictures)

Pavel Sankovich of Florida State takes his second individual win of the ACC Championships adding the 200 back to his earlier win in the 100 back (Photo: TIm Binning, the swim pictures)

Paul Murray of Florida State give his team its second win in a row taking the 100 free for the Florida State in 42.94.

Paul Murray of Florida State give his team its second win in a row taking the 100 free for the Florida State in 42.94.

Taylor Grey of Virginia wins the 200 breast in  1:55.68 giving his team its second individual win of the final night of competition.

Taylor Grey of Virginia wins the 200 breast in 1:55.68 giving his team its second individual win of the final night of competition.

Tom Luchsinger of the University of North Carolina retains his title in the 200 fly having won the title the two previous years.

Tom Luchsinger of the University of North Carolina retains his title in the 200 fly having won the title the two previous years.

North Carolina State closes out the 2013 ACC Men's Swimming and Diving Championships with a win in the 400 free relay going an NCAA "A" qualifying time of 2:51.29.

North Carolina State closes out the 2013 ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships with a win in the 400 free relay going an NCAA “A” qualifying time of 2:51.29.

Pavel Sankovich of Florida State is named Swimmer of the Meet following his wins in the 100 and 200 back and leadoff leg of the winning 200 medley relay.

Pavel Sankovich of Florida State is named Swimmer of the Meet following his wins in the 100 and 200 back and leadoff leg of the winning 200 medley relay.

Nick McCrory of Duke was named Diver of the Meet after sweeping the 1-meter, 3-meter and platform diving.

Nick McCrory of Duke was named Diver of the Meet after sweeping the 1-meter, 3-meter and platform diving.

The University of Virgina is the ACC Men's Swimming and Diving Team Champion for its sixth consecutive year.

The University of Virgina is the ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Team Champion for its sixth consecutive year.

With this title, UVA Coach Mark Bernardino now has 27 ACC Championships, passing Frank Comfort of North Carolina for most ACC swimming and diving championships. This is also Bernardino’s 16th men’s title, which passes Don Easterling of NC State for the most ACC men’s swimming and diving crowns.

With this title, UVA Swim Coach Mark Bernardino now has 27 ACC Championships, passing Frank Comfort of North Carolina for the most ACC swimming and diving championships. This is also Bernardino’s 16th men’s title, which passes Don Easterling of NC State for the most ACC men’s swimming and diving crowns.

Congratulations UVA! (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

Congratulations UVA! (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

Thanks to swimming photo artist, Tim Binning at theswimpictures, for his great coverage of Men’s ACC Championships.

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Vic Amarosa

UVA swimmer TAYLOR GRAY will get the gold in 200 breast at the NAT!!!!!!

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