The NC State women’s swim team and the men and women’s diving team will compete in the ACC Championship from Wednesday, Feb. 19 to Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
In the final meet of the regular season, the NC State swim team traveled north to Blacksburg, Virginia to take on Virginia Tech’s swim team. The men blew past Virginia Tech with a score of 178-120 and the women won by an even bigger margin of 181-114.
The NC State swimming and diving team will travel to Virginia Tech Saturday, Feb. 1 for its final meet of the regular season.
Although the NC State women’s swim team lost 127-173 on the road against Virginia this Saturday, the men beat Virginia by a score of 169-131 and the diving team had a solid performance as well.
The NC State swimming and diving team will be looking for its third straight ACC victory when it travels to Charlottesville, Virginia to take on the Cavaliers on Friday, Jan. 24.
Following its victory against UNC-Chapel Hill last night, the NC State swimming and diving team returned to the water for senior day at Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center to host Duke in its last home meet of the season.
From being the 2014 and 2015 Maryland Swimmer of the Year as a part of the prestigious North Baltimore Athletic Club to being the 2019 ACC Swimmer of the Year and two-time NCAA Champion at NC State, senior Coleman Stewart has always dominated the pools. With his father having swum at Bucknell, his sister Sada having swum at Princeton, and his brother Noah swimming for Dartmouth, swimming is in Coleman’s blood, and the accolades show it.