At this point, NC State looks like to be a lock for their 6th-straight team title, but there’s still plenty of great racing ahead of us this evening.
This morning NC State, Virginia, Louisville, and Virginia Tech accounted for 23 out of 32 possible A-final spots tonight.
The last prelims session of the 2020 ACC Championships will feature defending champions in three of the four events being contested.
Virginia’s Justin Grender (right) was the standout swim of the time trial session on Wednesday at the ACC Men’s Swimming Championships.
The assault on Virginia’s AFC pool record board that began Friday night continued Saturday, with another five pool records going down.
After a first half of a season where Douglass was among the nation’s leaders in a bevy of events, the freshmen picked up right where she left off.
Swim fans got their first look at two of the top ranked recruiting classes in the nation, as the Cavaliers split up for their annual intrasquad meet.
Third-year head coach Todd DeSorbo has been landing some big recruiting classes, and this year’s freshmen should bring in the sprint chops the Wahoos need.
Club teammates Jake Foster, Adam Chaney and Carson Foster – who were all selected as 2018-19 National Junior Team members – collectively broke six state records during the prelims of the OHSAA D1 State Championships.
Auburn and Virginia split in a dual meet that saw some fast in-season times despite the event order being determined on the go.
Eryn Eddy tripled for the Cavaliers as both the men and women defeated Pittsburgh at home.
The University of Virginia opened it season with a pair of wins that highlights the talent and versatility of its large freshman class.
Delaney Duncan finished off the Cleveland Sectionals with a win in the women’s 50 breast.
Mikayla Murphy won her third event of the meet in the 400 free at the Cleveland Sectionals.
Ryan Vandermeulen had a pair of impressive swims on day 2 of Cleveland Sectionals.