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Virginia women’s swimming and diving just keeps on winning. The No. 2 Cavaliers captured their second consecutive and 17th total ACC title this weekend in Greensboro, N.C., finishing with a score of 1486. This total is just six and a half points off their meet-record score of 1492.5 points set at last year’s ACC Championships, and well ahead of No. 11 NC State, who finished second with 1317 points.
Sophomore swimmer Kate Douglass’ career since joining Virginia has been nothing short of impressive, as she has consistently collected honors at both the collegiate and national level. This season, Douglass’ performance at the Toyota U.S. Open was what set her apart from the competition. With a time of 57.43 in the 100-meter butterfly, she placed third and ultimately earned a spot on the 2020-21 U.S. Senior National Team, and will race the same event in international competitions with the team.
Following Virginia field hockey’s recent losses to North Carolina and Louisville, the team travels to Durham, N.C. to face Duke, who are coming off of its first win of this shortened season — a 2-0 victory over Wake Forest on Sunday.