Three more women’s alternates have been invited to the 2020 NCAA Swimming Championships, with Harvard scratching out due to coronavirus.
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.
On the men’s side, ACC Champion Caio Pumputis and Darren Lim led the charge. Pumputis swept the breaststroke events, one of his specialties.
All-Americans Julie Meynen (Auburn) and Caio Pumputis (Georgia Tech) won doubles on Saturday. Pumputis also put up a lifetime best in the 100 fly.
Florida State swept Georgia Tech on Saturday. In the process, Georgia Tech’s Christian Ferraro’s 200 fly time is now 4th in the NCAA thus far.
After back-to-back weekends at home, the Florida State swimming and diving teams will hit the road to face Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Sophomore Becca Evans won one individual event and anchored two relays to help lead the Rice to the meet title of the program’s Fall Splash Invitational.
Emma Barksdale of South Carolina won the women’s 200 IM with a 2:15.15, a little off her personal best of 2:13.35.
It should be NC State’s meet to lose at this point, but we should still be in some for some close, exciting races on the final night of the 2019 ACC Championships.
Pumputis won the 100 and 200 free against Denver this weekend.
Erin Falconer collected wins in the 200 free, 500 free, and 200 back today.
Brooke Switzer of the Markham Aquatic Club in Unionville, Ontario, Canada, has verbally committed to Georgia Tech. I chose Georgia…
South Carolina’s Fynn Minuth was victorious in the 500 free on day 1 of the Georgia Tech Invite.
The Harvard men and women hosted a dual meet against Georgia Tech, which was labeled a “scrimmage” and not scored.
Georgia Tech defeats Georgia Southern in both teams’ first meet of the season after swimming some unusual events.