Rising Virginia sophomore Gretchen Walsh swam season-best times in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke this past weekend down in Greensboro.
UVA hosted a UVA Sprint Olympics where all of their sprinters were timed in 50s of every stroke, and got ranked based off of their total times.
With one day of racing to go, the NC State men are in the driver’s seat, while the women are trying to close the gap against UVA.
All seven individual events tonight at the 2022 ACC Championships will each feature the defending champion trying to defend their titles.
Louisville’s Evgenii Somov and Nick Albiero will each be swimming for a fifth-straight ACC title in their respective individual events today.
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.
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.
The NC State men dominated the University of Virginia pool, as the Wolfpack won all except three events in a session that saw three pool records fall.
The No. 18th ranked Virginia men took on the UNC men at home today and both teams produced some fast results with Virginia winning 171 to 124.
While many meets got canceled this weekend, UVA and Virginia Tech dueled, with the Cavalier women and the Hokie men each won by wide margins.
Tate Jackson makes his return to competition with the 100 free, having taken a five-month break from the water after receiving a one-month USADA suspension.
Katie Ledecky set a championship record in the 200 meter freestyler in prelims on Friday at the U.S. Open. She’ll race as the top seed in Friday’s final.
On Saturday, Kate Douglass took down the ACC record in the 200 breast with a time of 2:03.58 and then proceeded to lead off UVA’s 400 free relay with a 47.56
The 2021 Tennessee Invite should close out tonight with some great races throughout the evening, culminating with the 400 free relay.