The NC State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will face ACC rival Virginia Tech and non-conference foe UNC Wilmington in Blacksburg, Va. on Saturday. The men’s team is currently in second place in the conference and the women’s team is 2-3 overall.
The women’s squad has ten swims in the ACC top-10. Lindsay Barwegen ranks among the top-10 in the 1650 freestyle and Patrice Dason is sixth in the 100 butterfly.
Anna Linkenauger is among the top-10 swimmers in the 200 IM and 400 IM.
The Wolfpack continue to dominate in the diving events, with Emily Cheffins leading the conference in the 1-meter and is seventh in the 3-meter.
Chelsea Ale is third in the 1-meter and eighth in the 3-meter. Natalie Swisher is fourth in the 1-meter and ninth in the 3-meter.
The men’s team currently has 16 of the conference’s top times in 16 different events. Mason McGee is second in the 200 freestyle and sixth in the 500 freestyle.
Andrew Lester is seventh in the 1650 freestyle as he is a distance specialist.
Standout Steven Cowling is third in the 100 butterfly, second in the 100 backstroke and fifth in the 200 IM.
Stephen Mellor has posted two B-Cut times and he leads the league in the 200 and 400 IM and is second in the 200 backstroke.
Jack Roney ranks in the top-10 in the 100 and 200 breaststroke in the league and Danny Voss is also ranked in the 200 breast.
Kevin Woodhull-Smith is ranked in the 200 and 400 IM and diver Austin Hampton is top-4 in the 1-meter and 3-meter diving boards and Alexander Dambly is seventh in the 3-meter.