Traditional powers once again own a majority of the top spots, but even after their loss at UNC this weekend, Courtney Bartholomew and the Virginia Cavaliers could disrupt the pecking order come March.
The North Carolina State men haven’t lost a dual meet yet this season, but they’ll have to finish strong to top the hot-handed North Carolina Tar Heels.
The two-day meet features three swim sessions, with diving occurring Saturday afternoon.
Ohio State takes on WVU on Friday, as well as Indiana and Louisville on Saturday in Columbus
An interview with Nancy Hogshead-Makar, an Olympic champion swimmer and CEO and founder of ChampionWomen.
NC State sophomores Soren Dahl and teammate Alexia Zevnik helped the Wolfpack capture two ACC Swimming weekly awards.
Virginia Tech’s Jessica Hespeler’s 200y and 500y freestyle wins helped lead the Hokie assault on UNCW, Georgia Tech and Miami (FL) yesterday, while the VA Tech men also dominated.
Kelsi Worrell scorched a 48.22 split in the final 400y freestyle relay event to help give the Louisville women a final push in their win over in-state rival Kentucky.
The UNC Tar Heels went on the road, knocking off 7-time defending ACC women’s champs Virginia to remain undefeated within the conference. The UNC men also triumphed, winning 13 of 16 events.
The NC State Wolfpack lead Minnesota on both the men’s and women’s sides after Day One.
One of the biggest (and baddest) rivalries in college swimming will pit Virginia against North Carolina on Saturday.
Junior Pan Pacs medalist Lexy Aitchison (above) highlights a monstrous recruiting class for the Duke men and women.
Swimming Video is courtesy of Pack Swim and Dive.
The defending ACC Champions from Virginia Tech will add cross-state rivals Virginia to their regular-season-ending invite in two weeks.
Virginia Tech senior Morgan Latimer and teammate Kaylea Arnett helped the Hokies capture two ACC Swimming weekly awards.