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Miami’s Briadam Herrara successfully defended his title in the men’s 3-meter with a score of 440.00 to close out Wednesday night’s competition.
North Carolina’s Jack Nyquist (435.60) and Pitt’s Dominic Giordano (407.75) claimed the other two podium spots.
In the 800 freestyle relay, Virginia broke a major barrier in conference history. Led off by Leah Smith, the Cavaliers finished in 6:59.98, breaking the old league record of 7:00.93.
Smith got Virginia off to a blazing start with a 1:43.15 opening leg, a meet record in the 200 freestyle and the fastest time in the country this year. Megan Moroney, Kaitlyn Jones, and Jen Marrkand closed out the victory, marking the ninth straight year that the Cavaliers have won the event.
NC State also bettered the old record, touching in 7:00.53 for second place. Louisville came in third in 7:01.01.
Rachel Mumma claimed her first ACC title to open the diving action at the meet. The redshirt senior from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, posted a 331.85 to become the first NC State woman to win the event since 2000, when Shelly Cavaliere took home the title.
Miami took the other two spots on the podium, with Wallace
Layland (318.65) in second and Carolyn Chaney (318.05) in third.