Their swimmers brought home championships and top ten finishes at the NCAA National Meet. Both the Big Ten and the Atlantic Coast Conferences made their marks felt on the national stage for the 2017-2018 season. In November, the top swimmers from both conferences will face off in an All-Star Meet. Your text to link…
Purdue University in Indiana has been selected as the site for this battle between the Big Ten and the ACC. The All-Star Meet is slated for November 9th through the 11th. In this year’s national meet, both the Boilmaker Men and Women, representing the ACC, finished 19th.
Both conferences had a lot to be proud of when it came to the National Meet. For the ACC on the men’s side, two schools finished in the top ten, with NC State fourth and Louisville ninth. Five Wolfpack swimmers won national titles. Two ACC Women’s teams also placed in the top ten at nationals, with Louisville fifth and Virginia ninth. NC State also had a top 20 finish, coming in 18th.
The Big Ten also has much to brag about, with the Indiana Men finishing third, Michigan seventh, and Ohio State 16th, with two individual national champions. The women had top fifteen finishes from Michigan (4th), Indiana (8th), Minnesota (10th), and Ohio State (13th).
More specific details about the meet should be released in the coming weeks.