Hoagland’s swim also marked yet another pool record broken by a Notre Dame swimmer, and Hoagland’s 3rd record of the meet.
The assault on Virginia’s AFC pool record board that began Friday night continued Saturday, with another five pool records going down.
Coleen Gillilan made it 3-for-3 for Notre Dame, winning the women’s 100 fly with a 52.13 for not only a pool record, but a ND school record as well.
Coleman Stewart, an NCAA Champion in the event, scorched a 45.65 to win the race en route to a backstroke sweep for the Wolfpack.
Since we know you’re dying to ask, we’ll answer your questions here. No, she wasn’t in a tech suit. No, one else in the NCAA has broken 2:07 this season.
3 Pool records were broken this morning, all 3 of which came down at the hands of hosts Notre Dame.
Adry Kasemets improved her best time in the 100 breaststroke from a 1:05 to a 1:01 already as a high school junior.
Herceg also competes for Croatia, where she netted an Olympic Trial cut at the LEN European Junior Championships over the summer.
The Wolfpack men and women will head to Charlottesville to take on the Cavaliers coming off of a pair of sweeps against UNC and Duke.
Kaden Smesko has verbally committed to Notre Dame Fighting Irish for 2020-21.
Padington, who is currently taking an Olympic redshirt year, placed third in both the 500 and 1650 free at the 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships.
Andrea Podmanikova, a 3-time AAC breaststroke champion, will transfer to the ACC champion NC State Wolfpack in the fall of 2020.
NC State’s Makayla Sargent and Virginia Tech’s Blake Manoff have been named ACC Female and Male Swimmers of the Week.
The University of Pittsburgh Panthers swept all 32 events agains the visiting Denison University Big Red in inter-division action Friday afternoon.
ACC Champion Caio Pumputis was nearly 3 seconds ahead of the field in the 200 free, setting the pace early on en route to a 1:36.85.