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The final day of the ACC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships kicks off tonight and will settle a close fight for first between Virginia and NC State.
NC State’s Alexia Zevnik will be looking for her third individual win, which would likely sew up the conference’s Swimmer of the Year honor, as all the other candidates have already lost an individual race.
Middle distance freestylers Mallory Comerford (Louisville) and Leah Smith (Virginia) battle again in the individual 200 yard free on Day Three Finals of the 2017 Women’s ACC Championships.
NC State now has the lead in the team standings, but the defending champions from Virginia, who currently sit in 2nd, will look to battle back today.
Day Two of the ACC Women’s Championships kicks off, headlined by Olympic and NCAA Champion Leah Smith.
Action at the 2017 Women’s ACC Championship kicks off tonight in Atlanta, GA, where swimmers will be competing in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
NC State took over the lead after Kayla Brumbaum’s 26.63 breaststroke split, while freshman Ky-lee Perry sealed the deal with a blistering 21.36 anchor split.
Olympic gold medalist Leah Smith is back in the small pool, and she’s ready to dominate the 2017 ACC Championships.
The battle between the NC State and Virginia women came down to the very end of the meet on Saturday, as the Wolfpack secured victory by 6 points with their win in the 200 free relay.
Texas is surging with a big win over Georgia, but no one can quite unseat Stanford at the top of our first Power Rankings of 2017. The Cardinal are still the team to beat, though midseason rest meets caused some major shakeups behind them.
The Canadian women really stood out at this weekend’s 2017 Arena Pro Swim at Austin.