Cardinals Sit in Third After Day 1 At ACC Championships

first_imgFlorida State is atop the standings with 174 points, followed by Virginia (173), Louisville (156), Duke (146), Notre Dame (144), North Carolina (120), NC State (116), Virginia Tech (107), Georgia Tech (100), Miami (94), Pitt (70) and Boston College (62).”Congratulations to our divers tonight,” said Arthur Albiero, UofL head coach. “Molly Fears and Michaela Sliney did a fantastic job in prelims and they both earned their spots in tonight’s A-final. They contributed significantly for our highest point total after Day One.”  In the 800 free relay, Sophie Cattermole finished her leadoff leg (1:45.94) to put the Cardinals in 6th place and handed the race over to Arina Openysheva, who went 1:45.44 to move in to fifth. Alena Kraus made up even more time in her leg with a 1:45.33 to move the Cards into fourth and handed over to Mallory Comerford, who anchored in 1:41.01 for the fastest splint in the field to move the Cards into the silver medal slot in 6:58.93 for the fifth fastest time in school history.  The event was won by Virginia, with the Wahoos putting up a 6:55.22 for an A-cut and a meet record.”Our  relays were solid, but we feel strongly that we can continue to improve on both events for NCAAs next month,” said Albiero.  2019 ACC Wednesday Full Results Competition continues on Thursday when the 500 freestyle, 200 IM, 50 Free, 3M men’s diving and the 200 freestyle relay with the finals being contested beginning at 6 p.m. ET. Print Friendly Version In the 200-Medley Relay, the Cards were in sixth place after the first three legs before Casey Fanz put up the second fastest anchor leg of the field to put the Cards into the wall fourth with a time of 1:36.54. Alina Kendzior (24.33), Mariia Astashkina (27.11), Grace Oglesby (23.17) and Fanz (21.93) got the NCAA A-cut. The event was won by NC State’s time of 1:34.52, an ACC meet and conference record.  After one day of competition at the 2019 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships, the University of Louisville women are in third place. Louisville put two women in the 3M diving finals, Molly Fears finished fourth with a total score of  313.00. Michaela  Sliney was eighth with a score of 260.25.  The event was won by Miami’s Alicia Blagg In the men’s 1M diving, after the preliminary round of six dives, Daniel Fecteau (9th) posted a 286.05 to just miss making the final field of eight and Daniel Pinto scored a 284.15 for tenth. Freshman Kivanc Gur finished 23rd with a 242.10. The men dive during the women’s week of championships.  Story Linkslast_img

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