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.
Virginia freshman Kate Douglass, one of the most versatile swimmers in the country, has 7 entries in the ACC pre-cut psych sheets.
Michigan keeps climbing. Maggie MacNeil and the Wolverines move up another spot and crack the top 5 in our pre-Conference Power Rankings
Alyssa Marsh split 22.0 fly on the medley, while UNC’s Caroline Hauder dropped a 59.2 100 breast. Meanwhile, the UNC men controlled the meet and won.
After two seasons of regression, Emma Cole hit monumental best times in all of her best events at the Georgia Tech Invite.
On the final day of the 2019 Georgia Tech Invitational, Leah Braswell swam 15:47 in the 1650 free, which is the best time in the country by almost 10 seconds.
Sophomore Jakub Ksiazek broke the Florida State Record in the men’s 200 yard freestyle on Saturday at the Georgia Tech Invite.
Anchored by a 21.88 split from freshman Talia Bates (above), the Florida women hit the NCAA automatic invite time in the women’s 200 free relay on Friday.
UNC sophomore Emma Cole was called a “social media sweetheart” during the ACC Network’s broadcast of the 2019 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships. SwamSwam caught up with Cole to ask her why.
The University of North Carolina swimming and diving teams head east to East Carolina University on Friday for their first dual meet of the 2018-19 season.
Caroline Baldwin went 47.14 yesterday in the 100 free at the Tennessee Invite, ranking her second in the NCAA behind only Mallory Comerford.
2017 TENNESSEE INVITATIONAL Thursday, November 30th – Saturday, December 2nd Allan Jones Aquatic Center Knoxville, Tennessee Prelims 10 am CT…
In the first night of competition at the 2017 Tennessee Invite, Denver’s Bailey Andison (pictured), North Carolina’s Caroline Baldwin, and Tennessee’s Erika Brown each put up swims that would have placed them in the top 8 at last year’s NCAA Championships.