The 200 medley relay is a fascinating mixture of storylines that should really center around a pair of rivalries from the Pac-12 and ACC.
This season, a pair of freshman are up to challenge Leverenz’s 1:51.77. Those freshman are Stanford’s Ella Eastin and Cal’s Kathleen Baker.
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Virginia’s Courtney Barthlomew (pictured) represents the established stars, Cal’s Amy Bilquist the rising young talent in a thick 200 backstroke field.
Last season, Bootsma and Bartholomew were the only 2 women under 51 seconds. This year, we’ve already seen 6 women under that mark in the lead up to NCAAs, led by newcomer Amy Bilquist.
Watch selected race videos, including all the women’s relays and some quick individual men’s performances, from this month’s Men’s and Women’s ACC Championships.
Virginia’s Leah Smith rewrote the NCAA, ACC, and meet record books in the 1650 freestyle tonight, clocking a 15:25.30 to break Brittany Maclean’s 15:27.84 set in 2014.
Kelsi Worrell of Louisville will look for her 3rd win in as many events tonight as she is the top seed in the 100 free.
Kelsi Worrell hit the fourth-fastest 100 fly of all-time to start a three-event run of ACC Championships for Louisville on day 3.
The NC State team of Riki Bonnema, Ashlyn Koletic, Natalie Labonge, and Krista Duffield set a new conference and meet record in winning the 200 free relay in 1:27.50 at the 2016 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, NC from February 17 to February 20.
Kelsi Worrell came through as the top seed headed into the women’s 50 free, with NC State’s Riki Bonnema set to challenge tonight.
Defending champion UVA looks well on it’s way to repeating as well
The Virginia Cavaliers begin their chase for a 9th-straight women’s swimming & diving ACC title on Wednesday in Greensboro.
Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavalier chase their 9th consecutive ACC title in a meet that could see conference, NCAA and even American records challenged.
The No. 5 Virginia women’s swimming and diving team looks to claim a ninth-consecutive ACC Championship this week (Feb. 17-20) at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.