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Virginia Tech coming off first ever ACC Title
GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – The 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Swimming Championship is set to begin Wednesday, February 25, and continue through Saturday, February 28, at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
Virginia Tech, which is looking to defend its first ever ACC Men’s Swimming Championship crown, finished the regular season with a 3-1 mark in conference competition and 9-1 overall. The Hokies enter the meet ranked No. 17 in the CSCAA Coaches Poll and are led by Ned Skinner.
NC State, ranked No. 7 in the CSCAA Poll, turned in a perfect 4-0 conference record and 8-0 overall to finish atop the ACC standings. The Wolfpack are fresh off a runner-up finish in 2014 and are looking for their first ACC title since 1992.
Louisville, the league’s newcomer, is ranked No. 10 while North Carolina comes into the league championship ranked No. 15. Virginia is No. 25 while Florida State and Notre Dame both received votes in the past two polls and will look to make a splash this week.
A live video stream of event finals will be available on ESPN3 on Thursday through Saturday starting at 6 p.m., with Dean Linke handling play-by-play and Warren Perry adding analysis.
There is no charge for admission to the 2015 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships. Parking is available for $15 Single Day Cash, $10 (plus service charge) Single Day Click and Park or $36 (plus service charge) Four Day Click and Park. Link to Click and Park: https://gatech.clickandpark.com/event.
All championship information, including a full event schedule and live results, can be found at the official championship website, http://theacc.co/SDchamps. Fans can also get updates by following along on Twitter using #ACCMSD and @ACCSwimDive.