The final day of the ACC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships kicks off tonight and will settle a close fight for first between Virginia and NC State.
NC State took over the lead after Kayla Brumbaum’s 26.63 breaststroke split, while freshman Ky-lee Perry sealed the deal with a blistering 21.36 anchor split.
With Alexia Zevnik, Hannah Moore, and Rachel Muller coming off a strong 2016 NCAAs, and Ky-Lee Perry bringing immediate individual scoring potential, NC State should be able to compete for another top 10 finish this season.
Alexia Zevnik is the leading scorer for the NC State women heading into the last finals session of the meet.
USA Swimming has released the men’s and women’s rosters for this year’s National Open Water Select Camp.
Defending champion UVA looks well on it’s way to repeating as well
The Virginia Cavaliers begin their chase for a 9th-straight women’s swimming & diving ACC title on Wednesday in Greensboro.
Florida International University hosted a tri-meet in Miami, taking a loss to NC State and a close win against Kansas.
Simonas Bilis ripped the second-fastest 50 free time in the nation, and distance man Anton Ipsen went a nation-leading distance time as the NC State Wolfpack men and women beat ACC foes Florida State.
Five members of the NC State men’s swimming and diving team and four members of the women’s squad from the 2014-15 season were named Individual Scholar All-Americans.
Tanja Kylliainen won the first ACC title for any Louisville athlete in any sport with her 200 IM victory on night 2.
Princeton fêted its seniors during Friday’s home meet with NC State. The women included: Courtney Ciardiello, Elizabeth Gelb, Reese Iriondo, Shirley Wang, and Emily Yu.
North Carolina State wrapped up team wins at the 3rd annual All-NC Invite, dominating the final two sessions on Saturday.
NC State won 9 of the 10 swimming events at the meet’s opening session and swept the diving boards to jump to an early team points lead on both sides.