5 Top Takeaways From The ACC This Weekend

5 Top Takeaways From The ACC This Weekend

By Chandler Brandes, ACC Beat Writer

It was a busy weekend for the Atlantic Coast Conference with 11 teams competing as they prepare for the 2016 ACC Championships. The women’s meet begins Feb. 17 in Greensboro, while the men’s meet starts on Feb. 24.

1. Wolfpack Men Set the Stage for ACCs 
The No. 8 NC State men made a statement this past weekend, beating No. 19 North Carolina and No. 21 Virginia. The 2015 ACC Champions won the 200 medley relay by over a second and dominated the field in the 400 free relay, winning by nearly four seconds. Anton Ipsen and Adam Linker went 1-2, respectively, in both the 1000 and 500, while Simonas Bilis and Ryan Held took the top two spots in the 50 free. They also swept the 200 IM, showing how much depth their team has. The Wolfpack men will look to carry this momentum leading into the ACC Championships.

2. Record Setting Weekend for Georgia Tech Divers
Two Yellow Jacket divers set a total of three program records as they swept Emory on Saturday. Shannon Lumbra, who was awarded the ACC Female Diver of the Week last weekend, set new team records in both the 1m (321.15) and 3m (340.65), winning each event by a considerable margin. Brad Homza also rewrote the record books in the men’s 1m (379.20), and they will each pose as a threat on both boards heading into Championship season.

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