Whether You’re A Fan of The Cardinal Or The Cardinals, You’ll Be Cheering For Texas Diving Through Men’s NCAA’s
Aaron Young’s second event, the 100 backstroke, gives him the advantage over Jacob Thulins’ second event, the 50 freestyle. Young will be the first alternate after they both tied with 46.38’s in the 100 butterfly.
Simonas Bilis may not be the top seed in the 100 free, but his 41.30 split from the 400 medley relay last night suggests that he has a big swim coming up.
Wolfpack junior Christian McCurdy is the top seed in the 200 fly tonight, looking to defend his 2014 title. He holds the ACC record at 1:41.72
Christian McCurdy is entered in the 200 butterfly as the defending champion and ACC record holder.
Louisville gets the advantage on day 3 going into finals with 12 A final swims at the ACC Men’s Championships in Atlanta.
NC State’s Anton Ipsen will be swimming the first individual event of the 2015 Men’s ACC Championships, the 500y freestyle, as today’s top seed.
NC State and Louisville will have to battle it out in the pool for the team race. Virginia Tech has a 247 point lead after diving, but I don’t know if it will be enough to repeat as ACC Champions.
The Louisville Swimming Youtube account published many highlights from the Women’s ACC Championship Meet, including Kelsi Worrell’s near American Record in the 100 butterfly.
Scoring should spread out a little among teams battling it out in the 2015 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships, as…
Last night, the Indiana Hoosiers hosted their rivals from below the Ohio River, the Louisville Cardinals, for a women’s only…
Kelsi Worrell scorched a 48.22 split in the final 400y freestyle relay event to help give the Louisville women a final push in their win over in-state rival Kentucky.
Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell had a big day for the Cardinals, including a pool record. Both the Louisville men and women are leading through the first day of a two day dual meet.
Watch all the relay events from day 1 of Winter Nationals here.
Tanja Kylliainen won the first individual event, the women’s 400 IM, with a swift 4:07.88. She was well ahead of her competition in prelims and proved to do the same tonight as her teammate Abby Chin finished second just over seven seconds behind in 4:15.03. That time for Kyllainen beat her previous season best of 4:10.89.
The Michigan Wolverines will host the Texas Longhorns, Louisville Cardinals, and Indiana Hoosiers in what will be the biggest meet of this weekend.