UVA looks to be in control, as they had over a 100 point lead on NC State heading into today and put 11 women into A-final swims this morning.
Virginia’s Morgan Hill (above) will swim the 100 fly as the #4 seed instead of the 200 free as the #2 seed on Friday at the ACC Championships.
The ACC postseason gets underway this evening in Greensboro with the 200 medley relay, 1m diving finals, and the 800 free relay, along with men’s 3m diving.
For 10 of the past 12 years, the University of Virginia women’s won the team title at the ACC Championships. Only in 2017 and 2019 did they place second.
Louisville is currently holding substantial leads in the team battles, with host Purdue sitting 2nd in both.
With a flurry of mid-season invites coming up this week, here’s a quick snapshot of the top times in NCAA Division I so far this season.
Despite the fairly similar scores, the Louisville men and women took markedly different paths to their respective victories over Notre Dame.
Northwestern’s Calypso Sheridan won a pair of events on Friday to open the SMU Classic.
Sophomore Maria Sumida went 3-for-3 this afternoon as the Louisville Cardinals opened up their season with a home at home over Xavier.
Graduated star Mallory Comerford’s relay production will be tough to replace, but Louisville still has a deep sprint group and some butterfly stars.
Past open water champions Jordan Wilimovsky, Ashley Twichell, David Heron, and Erica Sullivan will all aim to defend their respective titles at this year’s US Open Water National Championships.
Louisville junior Grace Oglesby is one of three Cardinals aiming to defend their titles on the final day of the 2019 ACC Champs.
Riverside Aquatics Association’s Liberty Williams has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Louisville for 2020-21.
Sophie Cattermole only swam one event for Louisville, taking the women’s 1650 with a 16:17.50.
Alina Kendzior won twice as Louisville’s men and women defeated Missouri.