Braden Holloway Assesses ACC Performances After Winning Week for Wolfpack

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NC State’s men won their 3rd straight ACC title (and 9th in 10 years) last week in Greensboro. Head coach Braden Holloway gives his thoughts on both the men’s and women’s teams and their performances at the conference championships.

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Cousin Eddie
1 month ago

Wish there was some talk about the NT entry winning the 400 IM. How was that going into prelims?

Long Strokes
1 month ago

Looking forward to another strong 4th place finish at NCAAs!

Pescatarian
Reply to  Long Strokes
1 month ago

Better than your college team.

Andrew
Reply to  Long Strokes
1 month ago

6th seems more likely. They aren’t beating ASU/Cal/Florida/IU and probably not Texas either because Texas is Texas🤣

ArtVanDeLegh10
Reply to  Andrew
1 month ago

Texas just doesn’t have the horses to score enough points at NCAA plus they aren’t scoring big points in the relays.

I don’t see how Texas can finish ahead of NCST.

Shasha
1 month ago

Great Leader! Gives credit instead of takes credit, names assistant coaches, & says “we” instead of “I.”

Andrew
1 month ago

Braden needs to take the Texas job, NC State has peaked at perennial 4th place finishes

Hiral
Reply to  Andrew
1 month ago

You know there’s more to life than being a coach, right? Moving your whole family of 5 to Texas and leaving the school you competed at yourself… that’s a lot

Swimmer
Reply to  Andrew
1 month ago

If he did, then Texas would be the perennial 4th place finishing team.
The Texas job was offered to him. Texas thought he would jump all over it. He turned it down hence Eddie had to come back out of retirement to take back over the team.

Bootsie
Reply to  Andrew
1 month ago

What about when the women got 2nd in 2021?

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Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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