Several individual NCAA champions will be competing for ACC titles tonight, including reigning 200 fly champ, Aiden Hayes of NC State.
It could be another record-setting night at the ACC Championships, especially after Gretchen Walsh posted a 49.32 in prelims of the 100 fly.
Reigning NCAA champion Youssef Ramadan headlines the men’s 100 fly on Day 3 of the ACC Championships in Greensboro.
Elizabeth Sowards erased a half-second deficit on the final leg of North Carolina’s 400-yard freestyle relay to clinch a 152.5-147.5 victory over Duke.
SMU graduate student Jack Hoagland stayed undefeated in the 1000-yard freestyle this season with a victory in 9:07.53 against North Carolina on Tuesday.
Three pool records fell as both UNC teams opened their seasons with victories over Queens for the third consecutive year.
Day 3 saw SwimMAC Carolina’s Santiago Alzate break 4:00 for the first time in the 400 free and Louisville’s Paige Hetrick added a third Olympic Trials Cut.
The 2023 TAC Titans Triangle Classic featured a mix of collegiate teams and top club teams from the North Carolina area.
Virginia’s Max Edwards shaved .01 seconds off his season, and career, bests in the 100 back on Friday evening. That probably won’t be enough.
Ella Nelson won the 500 free last night in a tie with Deniz Ertan, and will be vying for her third-straight 400 IM title today in Greensboro.
The UNC Tarheels swept their final dual meet against Duke despite freshmen Kaelyn Gridley and Martina Peroni recording program records.
The Wolfpack men swam also cracked two pool records as they defeated ACC rivals UNC and UVA by wide margins to wrap up Day 2 of competition.
Nation’s Capital swimmer Camille Spink scratched out of the women’s 100 back consolation final in order to focus on the 200 free on Friday in Greensboro.
The second day of the 2022 Tennessee Invite has arrived. This morning, prelims the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back will take place.