The Louisville Cardinal men won their first-ever ACC Swimming and Diving Championship, snapping a six-year streak of NC State wins.
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 have now won three out of four relays, and lead the team standings, heading into the final day of the 2021 ACC Men’s Championships.
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.
Louisville’s Mitchell Whyte topped Virginia’s Max Edwards in a 100 fly swim-off; both swimmers set new personal bests on their 3rd race of the morning.
The first night of swimming at the 2021 Men’s ACC Championships was a scorcher, giving us plenty of relay data to look at.
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.
We’re kicking off the NCAA conference swimming season with our updated Power Ranks – including one big question we’d like to see answered for each team.
Albiero’s swim comes about eight-tenths off of his lifetime best a 44.75 from the 2020 ACC Championships, and this was just his second 100 back since then.
The Kentucky women and Louisville men emerged with victories as the intrastate rivals competed today in Lexington, Kentucky.
North Carolina’s Aranza Vazquez and Louisville’s Daniel Pinto were also named the conference’s Women’s and Men’s Divers of the Week.
The Louisville men blasted a 1:25 in the 200 medley relay as the Cardinal men took down the Missouri Tigers 199-101, despite missing the Albiero family.