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.
NC State’s massive 200 IM (7 total scorers; 2 A finalists) buoyed them to the best prelims showing on day 2, piling up 16 individual scoring swims tonight.
Colorado high school backstroke champion Katey Lewicki will swim for the Wolfpack in 2020-21.
Lexie Lupton of NC State, who didn’t race at ACCs, swam a season best in the 100 free on day 1 of the Liberty Last Chance meet.
Morgan Jones of Enfinity Aquatic Club has verbally committed to NC State for 2020-21.
A pair of Hyack Swim Club swimmers broke the Canadian NAG in the boys’ and girls’ 11-12 100 fly on Saturday.
Yuri Kisil scratched the men’s 200 free final on day 1 of the Canadian Swimming Trials.
It took a senior Canadian national record for 17-year-old Mary-Sophie Harvey to win the women’s 400m freestyle, dropping a total of 13-seconds off her entry time.
Anna Shumate of Bishop Ireton High School and Arlington Aquatic Club has verbally committed to North Carolina State University for 2017-18.
Miranda Donley, of the Ohio State Swim Club and Columbus School for Girls, has verbally committed to North Carolina State University.
Virginia 6A record-holder Jacquee Clabeaux has added her name to the growing list of verbal commits to NC State for 2017-18.
Maddie Morello of Newport News, Virginia has made a verbal commitment to North Carolina State University for 2017-18.
Five-time Virginia 5A state champion, Olivia Fisher from Poseidon Swimming, has given her verbal commitment to swim for North Carolina State next fall.
Canada’s Danika Huizinga made a verbal commitment to join the North Carolina State University class of 2021.