The NC State men are on pace to easily reclaim their conference championships, while the UVA women are hunting for more records tonight.
Evgenii Somov swam a key breaststroke leg as the Louisville men swam faster than they did last year in the 200 medley relay to break the ACC Conference Record
The 2022 ACC Championships kicks off tonight with timed finals of the 800 free relay, and finals of the women’s 1m and men’s 3m diving.
Fans can expect even more excitement at this week’s ACC Men’s Championships thanks to a new location, new schedule, new stars, and new defending champs.
The Louisville Cardinals put up season-best times in both 200 free relays just two weeks away from the combined ACC Swimming & Diving Championships.
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Walsh won four individual events and was part of two relay wins in UVa’s dual wins over North Carolina and NC State over the weekend.
Rye Ulett was scheduled to arrive at Louisville next fall, but made a surprise debut last week at Indiana. She’s already making a big impact.
Defending 200 fly national champion Nick Albiero (above) is one of a number of NCAA qualifying-caliber swimmers absent for Louisville at this week’s Purdue Invite.
Tennessee threw down a few times that rank in the top five in the nation so far this season as they defeated Louisville as home.
The Louisville men return a few key fifth years, and bring in a couple of Olympians, as they seek to build on a historic 2020-2021 season.
Nick Albiero broke the SMU Classic meet record, which was held by former Michigan swimmer Dylan Bosch.
Casey Chung led off in 52.86, with Letitia Sim splitting 59.38 on breast, Maggie MacNeil splitting 50.88 on fly, and Lindsay Flynn anchoring in 47.36.
Four freshmen earned victories as the Louisville Cardinals won every event to open the season at home against the Xavier Musketeers.
The defending NCAA Champion in the 200 fly, Nick Albiero, will return as one of 8 captains for the Louisville Cardinals next season.