NC State (500 cost-free), Georgia Tech (200 IM) and Florida State (50 Free) picked up personal victories even though the Seminoles received gold again in the freestyle relay as the 2019 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships obtained underway Thursday night at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
The Wolfpack males, who have received the ACC Championship each and every of the previous four yrs, sit in initial with 496.5 factors. Louisville sits in next followed with 404 factors followed by Virginia Tech (378.5), Florida State (378), Virginia (363), Duke (300), Notre Dame (256), Georgia Tech (224), Pitt (206), North Carolina (167), Miami (101), and Boston School (96).
NC State received the 500 freestyle for the fifth calendar year in a row to open the competitors. Georgia Tech’s Caio Pumputis edged out NC State’s defending winner and fulfill report holder Andreas Vazaios by .02 to take gold in the 200 Personal medley. Florida State claimed their initial gold of the night in the 50 cost-free.
In the only relay of the night, the Seminoles took gold again the 200 cost-free relay in 1:15.81.
The 2019 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships resume Friday early morning at 10 a.m. with preliminaries for the 100 butterfly, 400 personal medley, 200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, and 100 backstroke. The finals for those activities, in addition to the 400 medley relay, will begin at 6 p.m. and will be streamed stay on ACC Network Extra.
200 Free Medley:
Florida State’s William Pisani, Jakub Ksiazek, Emir Muratovic and Kanoa Kaleoaloha closed out the night with a gain in the 200 cost-free relay. The Seminoles edged out NC State by .19 finishing with a time of 1:15.81.
Louisville completed in 1:17.15 to gain bronze.
All 3 school’s times are NCAA computerized qualifiers.
Florida State’s William Pisani completed atop the podium in the 50 cost-free, touching the wall in 19.21 to declare the best location. The senior grew to become the initial Seminole to gain the party due to the fact 2014, as NC State experienced received it the previous four yrs.
Louisville’s Andrej Barna completed in next in 19.27 followed by NC State’s Justin Ress who put 3rd (19.29).
Georgia Tech’s Caio Pumputis received gold in the 200 IM, edging out the two-time defending winner Andrea Vazaios by .02. Each Pumputis (1:41.28) and Vazaios (1:41.30) posted NCAA computerized qualifying times.
Virginia Tech senior Norbert Szabo claimed bronze in 1:43.17.
NC State’s Eric Knowles received the 500 cost-free in the initial race of the night finishing in 4:12.13. The sophomore grew to become the fifth Wolfpack swimmer in a row to gain the party and posted an NCAA computerized qualifying time.
Virginia’s Brendan Casey claimed silver in 4:12.63, followed by Virginia Tech’s Lane Stone in 4:13.10.