GREENSBORO — On the strength of victory in the 800-meter free relay , Virginia grabbed the lead after the first day of the ACC women’s swimming and diving championship with 70 points.
Virginia Tech, which won the 200 medley relay, sits in second with 66 points, followed by Miami and N.C. State with 64. Duke and Georgia Tech are tied with 52. Boston College (44 points), Florida State (34), and North Carolina (26) round out the field through two events.
N.C. State women: The Wolfpack will play six matches during its spring schedule, coach Tim Santoro announced.
The Wolfpack will play its first match Saturday at home against UNC Greensboro at 2 p.m. N.C. State will the host High Point on March 16 at 2 p.m., followed by round robin home matches against UNC Wilmington and East Carolina on March 23. NC State will wrap up the spring slate against Wake Forest (11 a.m.) and High Point (2 p.m.) on April 14 in Winston-Salem.
Campbell 7, Elon 5: Camels’ (7-2) shortstop Ericka Nesbitt went 3 for 4, while third baseman Brittany Bruce and first baseman Raven Lee connected on home runs as the Camels spoiled the opening of Elon’s (1-5) Hunt Softball Park.
Olivia Scarborough, of Buies Creek, got the win in relief. Julia Callicutt struck out three over the final three innings to earn the save.