2017 W. ACC Championships: NC State Downs 200 Medley Relay ACC Record


The NC State women lead after day 1 at the 2017 Women’s ACC Championships, starting the meet off with a big victory in the 200 medley relay. The Wolfpack quartet turned in a winning time of 1:34.84 to smash their previous school record of 1:36.43. They also took down the previous ACC Record of 1:35.43 set by Louisville in 2016.

Their splits were as follows:

NC State took over the lead after Kayla Brumbaum‘s 26.63 breaststroke split, while freshman Ky-lee Perry sealed the deal with a blistering 21.36 anchor split. It was the first time the Wolfpack has won the event since 1991.

In addition to their 200 medley relay gold, NC State went on to break their school record in the 800 free relay. Rachel Muller (1:44.85), Alexia Zevnik (1:44.46), Courtney Caldwell (1:44.55), and Hannah Moore (1:45.87) combined for a 6:59.73. They took silver behind Virginia’s (6:56.21) ACC Record-setting relay.

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Amazing how NC State keeps getting better.
NC-state > UVA


Couldn’t agree with you anymore. UVA is official an inferior program both athletically and academically to NC State. #STATEment.

Irish ncstate fan

GO NC State!!! GO WOLFPACK!!! If you can beat UNC & Virginia back to back weekend; don’t let them retain nor get the win; beat them for the second time!!!! WE WILL ROCK YOU!! Thunder Struck(AC/DC) WOLFPACK fingers storm!!!!

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WOW, That time would have been 2nd at last years NCAAs, behind only Stanford at 1:34.81.


Stanford did it with 5-star recruits… NC State? These coaches are the real deal! I hope more talented recruits will take a serious look at NC State in the future.


Agreed. Hate how much talent is wasted at some of these big schools like Stanford and Texas. #STATEment

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