Mitch Bowmile is back with his weekly roundup of swimming competition. This week, Mitch tackles the college conference championships that happened across the country last weekend including the men’s ACCs, men’s Big Tens and women’s Pac-12s.
Virginia Tech has moved into the final day of competition at ACCs.
With a team title on the line, will the Virginia Tech mutton chops be gone for Saturday’s finals?
Pavel Sankovich won three titles tonight, setting the ACC record in the 100 back leading off the winning 400 free relay and taking the 100 fly and 100 back championships for the Seminoles.
The Notre Dame breaststroker and new American record-holder will join Micah Lawrence for the summer in North Carolina, swimming under coach David Marsh, a close friend of her current coach, Notre Dame’s Brian Barnes.
Braden Holloway’s North Carolina State team had a great prelims session, and got 10 individual swimmers into Friday’s A-finals.
Virginia Tech looks today to distance themselves in the team standings, as they sit first over NC State.
The second night of the 2014 ACC Men’s Championship had a lot of moving, and a lot of shaking.
North Carolina State’s Simonas Bilis will lead a deep NC State sprint group in finals on Thursday night.
The Virginia Cavaliers are shooting for their 7th-straight ACC Championship in 2014, and you can watch it here, thanks to the ACC Digital Network.
Many thanks for these great swimming photos courtesy of Tim Binning,theswimpictues.com.
The North Carolina State Wolfpack got off to a scorching start in day 1’s prelims, and broke 1 ACC record…
Day 1 of the 2014 ACC Men’s Swimming Championships was all about the North Carolina State Wolfpack, as they swept…
David Williams anchored the NC State relay in 18.45 as the Wolfpack crushed the conference record.
Garrett McCaffrey and Morgan Priestley look forward to the 2nd batch of D1 conference championships.