PHOTO VAULT: 2015 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships

The 2015 Women’s ACC Swimming & Diving Championships have officially wrapped up from Georgia Tech. Relive the high points with this photo gallery, courtesy of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Facebook.

All photos are courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com. You can view more photos from the conference championships on the ACC’s facebook page here.

ACC 100 free champ and new meet record-holder Kelsi Worrell of Louisville. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

ACC 100 free champ and new meet record-holder Kelsi Worrell of Louisville. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

American record-holding breaststroker Emma Reaney of Notre Dame. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

American record-holding breaststroker Emma Reaney of Notre Dame. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

The first three legs of Virginia's 400 medley relay cheer their anchor home for the win. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

The first three legs of Virginia’s 400 medley relay cheer their anchor home for the win. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

The medalists in the 400 medley relay. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

The medalists in the 400 medley relay. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

The start of the 1650 freestyle. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

The start of the 1650 freestyle. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

200 freestyle winner Leah Smith of Virginia. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

200 freestyle winner Leah Smith of Virginia. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

2015 ACC Swimmer of the Meet Tanja Kylliainen of Louisville. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

2015 ACC Swimmer of the Meet Tanja Kylliainen of Louisville. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

Virginia's Courtney Bartholomew wins the 100 backstroke. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

Virginia’s Courtney Bartholomew wins the 100 backstroke. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

Virginia wins their 8th-straight ACC title. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

Virginia wins their 8th-straight ACC title. Courtesy of Todd Kirkland, theACC.com

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