MICHIGAN VS LOUISVILLE Day 1 Results Hosted by University of Michigan Friday, October 7th-Saturday, October 8th 25 yards Triple-Header format The…
Dana Vollmer’s 100 butterfly final remains in tact, making the race one of the must-see showdowns of the night in Charlotte.
While the rest of the swimmers were warming down in the adjacent pool, six men had to don their school colors once more for the opportunity for a finals swim.
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for Men’s NCAAs, got us one heck of haul for this morning’s photo vault. Check out the images for some insight into team warm-ups, mid-stroke shots, and team cheering.
NC State has a solid lead heading into the last day of finals at the 2016 ACC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships, and will be looking to win their second championship in a row.
The NC State Wolfpack will be looking to keep their relay dominance alive on the third day of the 2016 ACC Men’s Championships, but will be challenged by a Louisville time that holds the top seeds in four of six swimming events tonight.
VT junior Brandon Fiala nabbed a new pool and meet record, scoring a 51.86 100 breaststroke swim to take the ACC’s top seed.
Ryan Held won the 50 free and became the second NCAA man under 19 seconds this year in 18.92, followed closesly by teammate and defending champ Simonas Bilis (18.94)
Led by a huge 50 free, NC State absolutely stacked the deck for tonight’s finals, putting 9 swimmers into A finals in just three swimming events.
The NC State men earned top seeds in two of three events on day 2 of the ACC Championships, including an absurdly dominating 50 freestyle behind senior Simonas Bilis and sophomore Ryan Held.
Louisville take down in state rivals Kentucky.
The Louisville Cardinals continue to light up the pool as they take on Ohio University, Wright State University, Illinois State,…
Trevor Carroll swept the freestyle events on day 1 of the U of Louisville Invite while Kelsi Worrell posted top times in the 200 IM and 50 freestyle.
The men’s meet between Louisville and Tennessee came down to the final relay, with the meet resulting in a tie of 150 points apiece.
Today was unique, however, as Worrell strayed away from the butterfly events to swim the 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke, and the backstroke leg of the 200 medley relay.