Minnesota superstar Max McHugh won both breaststroke events at last year’s NCAA Championships.
McHugh’s sights are assuredly set on breaking the 50-second barrier, which would make him just the 2nd swimmer in history to do so.
A pair of sophomore sprint dynamos and strong relays has Virginia primed to build on last year’s 9th place finish at NCAAs.
UVA’s Noah Nichols continued the trend of some fast swims from freshmen that we’ve seen at the men’s ACCs and SECs this week.
Louisville senior Evgenii Somov led a fast A-final to set a new meet record and capture his third ACC Championships 200 Breast title.
We’ve got the closest men’s ACC Championships in years, with a three-team race that could come down to the final relay tonight in Greensboro.
The final morning of the 2021 ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships consists of heats of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
The Louisville Cardinals are the defending champions, or have the highest returner, in five of six events on the 3rd day of the 2021 ACC Men’s Championships.
Four of the five events this morning at the 2021 ACC Championships will feature Louisville Cardinals as the highest-returners from last year’s championships.
The swimming portion of the 2021 Men’s ACC Championships begin today with two relays which NC State has dominated the last seven years.
It’s getting increasingly crowded at the top of the ACC, but the NC State men should win their 7th-straight title this week in Greensboro.
Senior Keefer Barnum holds came within a whisker of his own 100 breast school record, punching a 52.40 that moves him up to #11 in the nation
UVA sophomore Kate Douglass threw down 2:03.93 in a 200 breast time trial, the 9th-fastest time ever according the SWIMS database.
NC State’s depth was on display in a 190.5-107.5 win over ACC rival Virginia, as eight different men earned individual wins for the Wolfpack.
Kate Douglass tripled as the Virginia Cavaliers took down in-state rivals Virginia Tech Hokies in Charlottesville for Senior Day.