The women’s ACC Championships kick off tonight with the 200 medley relay, 800 free relay, and women’s 3 meter diving.
The ACC is back and better than ever! With the Women’s ACC Championships kicking off tonight, swimmers from across the conference posted some insanely impressive splits tonight, particularly in the 200 medley relay.
The NC State Wolfpack lowered their own conference and meet record in the 200 medley relay on the first night of the 2019 ACC Championships.
If Team Elite was its own country, it would’ve placed 3rd in the medal count at the 2016 Olympic Games.
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Alyssa Marsh split 22.33 swimming butterfly on Duke’s 200 medley relay this weekend. That would have tied for the fastest split at last year’s NCAA Championship meet.
Duke earned a 1-2 punch in the women’s 200 free, where Melissa Pish, a freshman and the school record-holder, took the race in 1:46.89. Fellow freshman Easop Lee came in 2nd, posting a 1:48.21.
Back in competition for the first time in three weeks, the Blue Devil men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams face Tobacco Road rival North Carolina in the teams’ regular season finale Saturday.
Max St. George took wins in both backstrokes as one of Duke’s top performers.
Alyssa Marsh broke her own Duke record in the 100 free this morning.
Tess Cieplucha had a big swim in the 400 IM to achieve her NCAA ‘A’ cut for Tennessee. She came into the meet with a best time of 4:05.43 from last season, but blew that away tonight with a 4:03.81.
After two years without breaking 1:00, Popov smashed through the 59.0 barrier for the first time in her life with a huge swim this morning in the 100 breast.
After winning the 200 breast, Lilly King will look to give the Big Ten some more big points today in the women’s 100 breast.
This weekend marks a busy one for the Duke swimming and diving program, as Blue Devils embark to two different meets in Princeton, N.J., and West Lafayette, Ind.
He leads the NCAA this year with that swim by nearly a full second.