North Carolina swimmer Hellen Moffitt, Tar Heel divers Elissa Dawson and Jack Nyquist, and Virginia Tech swimmer Robert Owen were named this week’s Atlantic Coast Conference Swimming and Diving Performers of the Week.
The University of Georgia men’s and women’s teams emerged victorious against the North Carolina Tar Heels in both teams’ first dual meet of the season.
Both the Tar Heel men’s and women’s teams are looking for redemption after the close defeats at last season’s openers against none other than the Bulldogs, in a meet held in Athens.
Mizzou diver Clark Thomas owns the top spot going into tonight’s 3-meter championship final after turning in a score of 447.05.
The Bulldogs Preserved a Longstanding Home Winning Streak on Saturday against the North Carolina Tar Heels.
NC State took two of the four weekly ACC awards, led by Anton Ipsen’s men’s swimmer of the week, and Louisville’s Tanja Kylliainen was named women’s swimmer of the week.
Florida State and North Carolina student-athletes each took home one award apiece.
North Carolina sophomore Jack Nyquist and teammate Elissa Dawson helped the Tar Heels capture two ACC Swimming and Diving weekly awards, as each turned in solid performances against Louisville this past weekend.
ACC weekly honors go to Louisville’s Kylliainen, NC State’s Bilis, UNC’s Nyquist with second-straight diving honor
NC State’s Simonas Bilis, the kingpin of the team’s big win over Georgia last weekend, has been named ACC Male Swimmer of the Week for his efforts. Louisville’s Tanja Kylliainen earns the female honor after winning twice at the ultra-competitive SMU Classic.
The University of North Carolina Tar Heels swept the season-opening weekly awards for the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) after resounding victories over Tennessee last weekend.
Coach Rich DeSelm’s 2014 University of North Carolina men’s swimming and diving team has qualified eight swimmers and one diver…
UNC’s Logan Heck’s sprint swims were the key to the Tar Heels’ victory over Virginia on Saturday.