ACC Swimming & Diving Wraps Up Season at NCAA Championships

Four ACC teams finish in the top 20 overall 

GREENSBORO, N.C. ( – Competing in the 2015 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships held at the University of Iowa’s Campus Recreation and Wellness Center this past weekend, Atlantic Coast Conference swimmers and divers earned 31 All-America honors and 55 honorable mention All-America honors.

Defending ACC Champion NC State was the highest finishing team in the league, placing 8th overall with 199.5 points. The Wolfpack were followed by Louisville (15th, 105.5 points), North Carolina (18th, 52.5 points), Miami (20th, 49 points), Florida State (T-26th, 20 points), Georgia Tech (28th, 19 points), Virginia Tech (31st, 17 points), Notre Dame (T-33rd, 8 points) and Virginia (T-33rd, 8 points).

200 Free Relay

Louisville – Thomas Dahlia, Trevor Carroll, Matthias Lindenbauer, Rudy Edelen (HM)

North Carolina – Sam Lewis, Nic Graesser, Ben Colley, Logan Heck (HM)


500 Free

Anton Ipsen, NC State (HM)

Henry Campbell, North Carolina (HM)


50 Free

Simonas Bilis, NC State (AA)

Andrew Kosic, Georgia Tech (AA) 

David Williams, NC State (HM)

Ryan Held, NC State (HM)


One Meter Dive

Samuel Dorman, Miami (AA)

Briadam Herrera, Miami (AA)

Jack Nyquist, North Carolina (HM)

Tyler Roberge, Florida State (HM)


400 Medley Relay

NC State – Andreas Schiellerup, Derek Hren, John Newell, Jason Deana (AA)


200 Medley Relay

Louisville – Grigory Tarasevich, Thomas Dahlia, Josh Quallen, Trevor Carroll (AA)

NC State – Hennessey Stuart, Derek Hren, Soeren Dahl, David Williams (HM)

North Carolina – Nic Graesser, Kurt Wohlrab, Sam Lewis, Logan Heck (HM)


400 IM

Robert Owen, Virginia Tech (HM)

Nolan Tesone, Louisville (HM)


100 Fly

Sam Lewis, North Carolina (AA)

Pedro Coutinho, Louisville (HM)

Connor Knight, Florida State (HM)


200 Free

Simonas Bilis, NC State (HM)


100 Breast

Thomas Dahlia, Louisville (AA)

Jason Coombs, Florida State (HM)

Zach Stephens, Notre Dame (HM)

Yannick Kaeser, Virginia (HM)


100 Back

Grigory Tarasevich, Louisville (HM)

Sam Lewis, North Carolina (HM)


Three Meter Dive

Samuel Dorman, Miami (AA)

JB Kolod, Virginia (HM)

Jack Nyquist, North Carolina (HM)


800 Free Relay

NC State – Ryan Held, David Williams, Soeren Dahl, Simonas Bilis (AA)

Louisville – Matthias Lindenbauer, Trevor Carroll, Jonathan Zoucha, Rudy Edelen (HM)

Virginia Tech – Owen Burns, Lucas Bureau, Morgan Latimer, Michal Szuba (HM)

Notre Dame – Trent Jackson, Benjamin Jany, Reed Fujan, Tommy Anderson (HM)


1650 Free

Anton Ipsen, NC State (AA)


200 Back

Hennessey Stuart, NC State (AA)

Grigory Tarasevich, Louisville (HM)

Robert Owen, Virginia Tech (HM)


100 Free

Simonas Bilis, NC State (AA)

Andrew Kosic, Georgia Tech (HM)

Ryan Held, NC State (HM)


200 Breast

Thomas Dahlia, Louisville (HM)

Zach Stephens, Notre Dame (HM)


200 Fly

Christian McCurdy, NC State (AA)

Connor Knight, Florida State (HM)

Ben Colley, North Carolina (HM)

Morgan Latimer, Virginia Tech (HM)


400 Free Relay

NC State – Ryan Held, Simonas Bilis, Soeren Dahl, David Williams (AA)

Louisville – Matthias Lindenbauer, Trevor Carroll, Thomas Dahlia, Rudy Edelen (AA)


Team Standings

8.) NC State – 199.5

15.) Louisville – 105.5

18.) North Carolina – 52.5

20.) Miami – 49

26.) Florida State – 20

28.) Georgia Tech – 19

31.) Virginia Tech – 17

T-33.) Notre Dame – 8

T-33.) Virginia – 8