The Notre Dame women and the Louisville men came out on top in a pair of back-and-forth contests between ACC rivals over the weekend.
Louisville returns more individual points, but freshmen, transfers, and returning redshirts means that NC State is ready for yet another ACC title.
Check out race videos from day 3 of the 2020 Men’s ACC Swimming and Diving Championships, including a 100 back battle that saw 3 men dip under 45 seconds.
NC State Coleman Stewart will be going for the double victory in the 100 fly and the 100 back tonight, one of three men who will be in both A-finals.
Casey Storch will be among the men in the hunt for the 400 IM title on the third day of the 2020 Men’s ACC Swimming and Diving Championships.
The first full finals session the 2020 ACC men’s championships will feature the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and the 200 free relay.
Sibirtsev’s 14:56.07 is fast enough to have placed 8th at 2019 ACCs and within striking range of the 14:55.89 that’s projected to qualify for NCAAs.
Freestyle specialist Owen Taylor of Powel Crosley, Jr. YMCA has announced his verbal commitment to join Louisville University for 2021-22.
The Louisville women went undefeated in the pool, while Purdue’s Trent Pellini rocked a sub-52 breaststroke leg, on the second da of the Purdue Invite.
Alec Connolly’s relay heroics proved decisive, as the Tennessee men edged Louisville Thursday afternoon in a meet that came down to the final relay.
While the Cardinals lose the spark plug that was Zach Harting, they return most of the core that propelled them to a program-best 5th place NCAA in 2019.
Nick Vance, Liam Hutchinson, Rachel Stege, and Anna Peplowski each broke individual meet records.
The first night of the 2019 ACC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships will feature the 200 medley and 800 free relay, as the NC State Wolfpack will be looking to make it five straight conference titles.
Griffin Manning of Lakota West High School and Mason Manta Rays announced his intention to swim for the University of Louisville in 2018-19.