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Zach Yeadon won the Male Swimming MVP Award after winning a pair of individual ACC titles in the men’s 500 and 1650 freestyle.
It was shaping up to be a banner year for freshmen, led by #1 recruit Kate Douglass – who was on the cusp of a historic freshman scoring effort.
While it’s tragic that the 2020 NCAA season ended this way, the season we did have was filled with amazing individual and team performances.
Notre Dame freshman Coleen Gillilan had a successful ACCs and certainly turned some heads on Saturday with a 3rd-place finish in the 200 butterfly.
UVA looks to be in control, as they had over a 100 point lead on NC State heading into today and put 11 women into A-final swims this morning.
UVA has a chance to essentially seal the victory with a strong final morning at the 2020 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships.
For 10 of the past 12 years, the University of Virginia women’s won the team title at the ACC Championships. Only in 2017 and 2019 did they place second.
Coleman Stewart and Coleen Gillilan were named ACC Swimmers of the Week, and Fabian Stepinski and Erin Isola are the Divers of the Week.
Hoagland’s swim also marked yet another pool record broken by a Notre Dame swimmer, and Hoagland’s 3rd record of the meet.
Coleen Gillilan made it 3-for-3 for Notre Dame, winning the women’s 100 fly with a 52.13 for not only a pool record, but a ND school record as well.
3 Pool records were broken this morning, all 3 of which came down at the hands of hosts Notre Dame.
Though he was disqualified in the 1000 free early on, Yeadon came back to set a new Pool Record in the 500 free. Coleen Gillilan also set a Pool Record.
Coleen Gillilan had a huge impact for ND again, winning 3 events, posting one personal best and one season best.
Despite the fairly similar scores, the Louisville men and women took markedly different paths to their respective victories over Notre Dame.