View the 2019 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Pre-Selection Psych Sheets

Braden Keith
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February 13th, 2019 ACC, College, News

2019 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships (with Men’s Diving)

The pre-selection, pre-cut psych sheets for the 2019 ACC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship (and men’s diving championships) are out, and they shed virtually no light upon the upcoming meet next weekend in Greensboro.

Unlike the pre-cut SEC Championships, which were worthy of a few nuggets, if not full-blown answers to some of the biggest entry questions, ACC teams have not tipped their hands at all yet. The conference’s top 10 swimmers in every single event are all entered in those events at ACCs.

The Virginia women are the defending ACC Conference Champions. Without diving points, the Swimulator projects them, based on ‘best seeded events,’ to score the 3rd-most swimming points this year, behind Louisville and NC State. That doesn’t account for diving.



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Paige Madden, UVA, not entered in the 1650, which she could have won.


I’m sure she’s probably happier doing the 500 free and 200 back than the mile


What are the squad size limits for the ACC (if any)?


I believe it’s 18 total athletes, with divers counting as 1/2. Most squads will take 2 divers and 17 swimmers.

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it is 21 total athletes, only 18 of which can be swimmers (similar to how the SEC does it)


21 total. 18 swimmers. Minimum of 3 divers. Divers count as 1 swimmer and can replace a swimmer but cannot be replaced by a swimmer.


I ask because UVA currently has 20 swimmers and 3 divers entered. I guess they will make further cuts before the meet?


I stand corrected – thank you. And yes, I’m sure teams enter/bring extra swimmers to the meet, in case of illness/injury and last minute strategy decisions.

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Braden Keith is the Editor-in-Chief and a co-founder of He first got his feet wet by building The Swimmers' Circle beginning in January 2010, and now comes to SwimSwam to use that experience and help build a new leader in the sport of swimming. Aside from his life on the InterWet, …

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