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WATCH: Virginia’s Alex Walsh Breaks 200 Fly NCAA Record At 2024 ACCs (Day 4 Race Videos)

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By Sean Griffin on SwimSwam

2024 ACC SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Day four is a wrap at the 2024 ACC Championships, with just one more day to go. Watch the available race videos from day four below, courtesy of UVa Swimming on YouTube:

WOMEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 1:49.51, Ella Eastin (Stanford) – 2018 Pac-12 Championships
  • ACC Record: 1:50.23, Alex Walsh (Virginia) – 2023 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 1:52.05, Alex Walsh (Virginia) – 2023
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:52.86
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time: 1:55.92

Top 8:

  1. Alex Walsh (Virginia) – 1:49.16
  2. Martina Peroni (Duke) – 1:54.00
  3. Abby Harter (Virginia) – 1:54.81
  4. Tess Howley (Virginia) – 1:54.88
  5. Edith Jernstedt (FSU) – 1:55.48
  6. Ellie Vannote (UNC) – 1:56.54
  7. Maggie Schalow (Virgina) – 1:56.77
  8. Catherine Purnell (Duke) – 1:58.71

UVA’s Alex Walsh hit the wall in 1:49.16 to break Ella Eastin‘s 2018 NCAA record of 1:49.51 in the 200 fly.

MEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 1:37.35, Jack Conger (Texas) – 2017 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Record: 1:37.92, Nick Albiero (Louisville) – 2022 ACC Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 1:37.92, Nick Albiero (Louisville) – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 1:40.16
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time: 1:42.57

Top 8:

  1. Noah Bowers (NC State) – 1:39.65
  2. Aiden Hayes (NC State) – 1:41.31
  3. Seb Lunak (UNC) – 1:41.78
  4. Tate Bacon (Notre Dame) – 1:42.25
  5. Patrick Hussey (UNC) – 1:42.89
  6. Carl Bloebaum (Virgina Tech) – 1:42.90
  7. Sebastien Sergile (Virgina) – 1:43.66
  8. Boyd Poelke (UNC) – 1:44.80

NC State’s Noah Bowers broke the 1:40-barrier for the first time, touching in 1:39.65 to win the 200 fly.

WOMEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 48.26, Gretchen Walsh (Virginia) – 2023 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Record: 48.26, Gretchen Walsh (Virginia) – 2023 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 49.25, Gretchen Walsh (Virginia) – 2023
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 50.88
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time: 52.36

Top 8:

  1. Katharine Berkoff (NC State) – 48.70
  2. Kennedy Noble (NC State) – 50.92
  3. Reilly Tiltmann (Virginia) – 51.82
  4. Ali Pfaff (Duke) – 52.00
  5. Greer Pattison (UNC) – 52.45
  6. Caroline Bentz (Virginia Tech) – 52.63
  7. Meghan Donald (NC State) – 52.72
  8. Miriam Sheehan (NC State) – 52.87

Katharine Berkoff stopped the clock in 48.70 to win the 100 back, marking her fifth straight year winning the event.

MEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 43.35, Luca Urlando (Georgia) – 2022 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Record: 43.93, Kacper Stokowski (NC State) – 2023 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 44.04, Coleman Stewart (NC State) – 2020/ Kacper Stokowski (NC State) – 2023
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 44.71
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time: 45.70

Top 8:

  1. Kacper Stokowski (NC State) – 44.36
  2. Matt Brownstead (Virginia) – 45.26
  3. Hudson Williams (NC State) 45.28
  4. Stepan Goncharov (Pitt) – 45.44
  5. Marcus Gentry (Notre Dame) – 45.57
  6. Max Wilson (FSU) – 45.58
  7. Dalton Lowe (Louisville) 45.68
  8. Quintin McCarty (NC State) – 45.72

Kacper Stokowski showcased his underwater prowess in the men’s 100 back, winning by nearly a full second in 44.36.

WOMEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 55.73, Lilly King (Indiana) – 2019 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Record: 56.72, Sophie Hansson (NC State) – 2022 ACC Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 56.72, Sophie Hansson (NC State) – 2022
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 58.02
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time: 59.73

Top 8:

  1. Jasmine Nocentini (Virginia) – 57.01
  2. Abby Arens (NC State) – 58.74
  3. Emma Weber (NC State) / Skyler Smith (UNC) / Kaelyn Gridley (Duke) – 58.81
  4. (tie)
  5. (tie)
  6. Sabyne Brisson (Georgia Tech) – 59.84
  7. Zoe Skirboll (Virginia) – 59.86
  8. Madeline Huggins (FSU) – 1:00.39

Jasmine Nocentini of Virginia recorded a big best time in the 100 breast, winning in a time of 57.01.

MEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 49.69, Ian Finnerty (Indiana) – 2018 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Record: 50.78, Denis Petrashov (Louisville) – 2023 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 50.82, Noah Nichols (Virginia)
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 51.10
  • 2022 NCAA Invite Time: 51.90

Top 8:

  1. Noah Nichols (Virginia) – 50.89
  2. Carles Coll Marti (Virginia Tech) – 50.95
  3. Peter Varjasi (FSU) – 51.07
  4. Denis Petrashov (Louisville) – 51.10
  5. Leandro Odorici (Georgia Tech) – 51.69
  6. AJ Pouch (Virginia Tech) – 51.98
  7. Tommaso Baravelli (FSU) – 52.28
  8. Ethan Maloney (Virginia Tech) – 52.37

Noah Nichols broke the 51-second barrier to defend his ACC title, hitting the touchpad in 50.89.

WOMEN’S 400 MEDLEY RELAY – TIMED FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 3:21.80, Virginia – 2023 ACC Championships
  • ACC Record: 3:21.80, Virginia – 2023 ACC Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 3:21.80, Virginia – 2023
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 3:31.38

Top 8:

  1. Virginia – 3:22.49
  2. NC State – 3:28.23
  3. Louisville – 3:30.28
  4. Duke – 3:30.40
  5. UNC – 3:32.14
  6. FSU – 3:32.28
  7. Georgia Tech – 3:35.07
  8. Pitt – 3:35.15

UVA scared the women’s 400 medley relay NCAA record en route to victory, touching in 3:22.49.

 

MEN’S 400 MEDLEY RELAY – TIMED FINALS

  • NCAA Record: 2:58.32, Florida – 2023 NCAA Championships
  • ACC Record: 3:01.10, NC State – 2023 ACC Championships
  • ACC Championship Record: 3:01.10, NC State – 2023 ACC Championships
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 3:04.96

Top 8:

  1. NC State – 3:02.20
  2. Virginia Tech – 3:02.76
  3. Notre Dame – 3:03.26
  4. Virginia – 3:03.78
  5. Louisville – 3:03.83
  6. FSU – 3:05.91
  7. UNC – 3:06.06
  8. Pitt – 3:07.30

In a close race in the men’s 400 medley relay, the NC State Wolfpack walked away victorious (3:02.20).

SwimSwam: WATCH: Virginia’s Alex Walsh Breaks 200 Fly NCAA Record At 2024 ACCs (Day 4 Race Videos)

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