Katharine Berkoff won two individual events and was a part of two winning relays as both the NC State men and women defeated Duke.
The #6 Lady Vols and #15 Vols kicked off the new year with victories over Duke and Queens University (Division II) in a double dual at Queens.
Duke swimming and diving junior Brendan Driscoll and sophomore Sarah Foley have been named the men’s and women’s ACC Swimmers of the Week.
The final session of the meet will feature the 200 IM, 50 free, women’s 1500, men’s 800, and the 4×100 medley relays.
Florida Gator Kieran Smith swam a new lifetime best in the 800 free and is now the 4th-fastest American in the event this year.
Head coach Dan Colella and the Duke men’s swimming and diving program announced its 2019 incoming class, includes 11 swimmers and divers.
Weather has played an integral part in the makeup of Saturday night’s finals session, with several teams opting to leave Greensboro before the worst of the winter storm hits.
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Bayshore’s defending state champion Ryley Ober put down an AA-C time to take top seed for states in the 200 free. Her 1:50.60 puts her over a second ahead of anyone else going into the big meet tomorrow.
Bayshore’s Ryley Ober, the 2017 champion in the 100 free and 200 free, leads the region 3 cluster in both of her events.
The final night og the meet will feature the 50 back, 200 IM, 1650, 50 free, and 400 medley relay.
Gulliver Prep’s Emily Cordovi secured back-to-back titles in the 100 fly, breaking 54 for the first time in 53.86 to come within half a second of the State Record.
Merritt Island’s Lucas Kravchenko, a class 1A finalist in 2016, could make a big impact at his first 2A state meet. With his best times, he’s already fast enough to have won both of his individual events last season.
Defending 500 free state champions Miguel Cancel and Ryley Ober have both opted out of the event in favor of the 100 free this season.
16-year-old Mary Smutny put up a pair of highlight performances, winning back-to-back events during the final session.