Action at the 2017 Women’s ACC Championship kicks off tonight in Atlanta, GA, where swimmers will be competing in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
After a DQ in the 200 medley relay got the defending ACC champion Virginia off to a rough start, the Cavaliers were able to earn some redemption with a record-setting performance in the 800 free relay.
The Virginia Cavaliers hit the road on Saturday, as the men and women both took down ACC rival UNC. Distance standout Leah Smith once again swept her individual triple
The Virginia Cavaliers broke 5 Pool Records en route to their dual meet victory over Duke on the road, 3 of which were broken at the hands of Leah Smith.
The men and women Cavaliers were equally dominant over the Pitt Panthers in their season-opener, dropping just one individual swimming event during the meet.
Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavalier chase their 9th consecutive ACC title in a meet that could see conference, NCAA and even American records challenged.
A crazy season in the NCAA with Olympic redshirts, freshmen deferrals and underclassmen turning pro has just about everything breaking in favor of Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavaliers.
College Swimming Previews: A young #11 Virginia starting to come into its own in year 2 of Augie Busch era
Courtney Bartholomew is now a junior, a part of a rising young nucleus that has Virginia fighting for a top 10 finish.