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.
Competition starts Wednesday, February 26th and goes through Saturday, March 1st; prelims 11AM/Finals 7PM (Diving is Feb. 20-22, with the women’s ACC Championships at Greensboro).
With numbers courtesy of USA Swimming Stats on Twitter, we’ve put together some charts ranking the top-end depth of each of the major women’s conference to compete last weekend.
Is lucky number seven out of reach for the Cavaliers this year? Buckle up for one of the tightest ACC championships we’ve seen in a while.
Surprise and elation never looked so good! Many thanks to Tim Binning, theswimpictures, for capturing these dramatic images.
Congrats to Coach Augie Busch and UVA Women’s Swimming and Diving on a great 2014 ACC Championships!
The Notre Dame junior blasted five seconds off her prelims time to put up the fastest 200 breaststroke in NCAA history at the ACC Championships.
Stephanie Peacock fell ill at the end of her 1650 at the ACC championships, leaving the pool on a stretcher after breaking the NCAA record in the 1000 free.
Courtney Bartholomew led the Virginia Cavaliers to their 7th consecutive conference title, although the team battle was overshadowed by Notre Dame’s Emma Reaney, who broke the American record in the 200 breast.
Courtney Bartholomew and her incredible shoulder rotation will take the top seed into the women’s 200 back final by a wide margin.
Cari Blalock congratulates Emma Nunn on a UNC 1-2 finish in the 400 IM at 2014 ACC Championships.
The Virginia Cavalier women crushed the ACC Record in the 400 medley relay on Friday night by three seconds.
Augie Busch has his eyes on the prize as the Virginia Cavaliers charge toward a 7th-straight ACC title.
Emma Reaney, fresh off her 200 IM win from last night, cracked her own conference record this morning in the 100 breast.