Louisville junior Grace Oglesby is one of three Cardinals aiming to defend their titles on the final day of the 2019 ACC Champs.
It’s shaping up to be a close race between NC State and UVA, with Louisville not completely out of it either, as we begin the third night of the 2019 ACC women’s championships.
NC State has surged to a 45-point lead in the ACC, but with two days of racing left, it’s still anybody’s game between the Wolfpack, Louisville and Virginia.
Megan Moroney and Emma Muzzy will each be going after two events, while Mallory Comerford will focus on the 200 free, as all three swimmers’ schools are still in the hunt for the team title.
NC State freshman Kylee Alons set a new school record in the 200 fly, highlighting the Wolfpack men’s and women’s sweeps of visiting UVA Saturday afternoon.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will conclude the regular season this weekend with road dual meets against North Carolina on Friday in Chapel Hill, N.C., and NC State on Saturday in Raleigh, N.C.
While this is only the second dual meet for Vazaios this season, he took six tenths off of his old dual meet season best.
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The field in this morning’s final event was pretty tight, with Andreas Vazaios (NC State) leading the way, and 8th place finisher Cory Gambardella (IU) coming in only 2.26 seconds behind Vazaios.
Indiana’s Lilly King will take on NC State’s Sophie Hansson in tonight’s women’s 100 breast final at the IU Invite.
Mallory Comerford of the ACC will swim the women’s 100 freestyle on the opening day of the ACC/Big Ten College Challenge in West Lafayette.
Andreas Vazaios tripled and Ky-Lee Perry and Nyls Korstanje swept the sprint freestyles as the NC State men and women both defeated South Carolina Friday.
Kylie Powers is a big in-state get for the Aggies #7 recruiting class.
16-year-old Olivia Bray swam the 8th fastest time in the U.S. in the women’s 200 fly at the NBAC Mid-Summer Classic.
One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer’s senior season as they head into NCAA competition. (Pictured: Taylor Ruck)