For the first time since 1980, NC State took the ACC Title in Women’s Swimming and Diving. This win was…
Next season, Grace Kowal will swim for the Virginia Tech Hokies.
With snow in the forecast for Atlanta, the ACC Championships have been moved up.
Virginia Tech Outpaces Even Their Own 2014 Title Performance in 2015 ACC Championships Diving Scoring
The Virginia Tech men are on early track to repeat at ACC Championships with an impressive diving performance.
Virginia women’s swimming & diving head coach inherited a team in 2013 that had won 6-straight ACC Championships, and has…
Kelsi Worrell swam a 50.17 in the 100 yard butterfly on day 3 of the 2015 ACC Championships in Atlanta,…
On Friday night at the 2015 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships, Louisville junior Kelsi Worrell swam the 4th-fastest 100 yard…
Kelsi Worrell inches closer to American record with 4th-fastest 100 fly in history: 50.17 at ACC finals
Kelsi Worrell continues her march to the top of the all-time 100 fly standings, putting up the 4th-fastest swim in history with a 50.17 to win the ACC Championship.
Louisville junior Kelsi Worrell swam one of the fastest 100 flys in history on Friday morning at the 2015 ACC Championships.
Thanks in part to two School Records from Hellen Moffitt, in the 100 fly and the 100 back, the North Carolina Tar Heels have the most A-finalists on night 3 of the 2015 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships.
Kelsi Worrell still has both the 200 fly and the 50 free on the table for the ACC Championships as she leads the Cardinals into their first meet in the new conference.
With a team title on the line, will the Virginia Tech mutton chops be gone for Saturday’s finals?
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.
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).