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March 30, 2011
Virginia senior swimmer Matt McLean won his first career NCAA championship and collected the fourth individual national title in Virginia men's swimming history with his win in the 500-yard freestyle. ACC All Access profiles McLean, who won the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:10.15, beating Stanford's Bobby Bollier (4:13.94) and defending NCAA champion Conor Dwyer of Florida (4:13.94).
The ACC All Access Top 5 takes a look at the best moments of the 2010-11 ACC Basketball season, including the Duke men and women sweeping the ACC Championships, Virginia Tech upsetting then No. 1 Duke at home in late February, and Mike Krzyzewski passing Dean Smith with 880 wins to become the ACC’s all-time winningest coach.
Georgia Tech center fielder Kyle Wren has been around the Majors - his father Frank Wren is the Atlanta Braves general manager. Kyle is impressing more than just his dad during his freshman year, as he leads the ACC in hits with 45, is tied for first with Chris Taylor of Virginia with 31 runs scored and has the 3rd-best batting average in the ACC at .433. Mike Hogewood says Kyle Wren is one to watch in this week’s Hog Blog.
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