Louisville Men, Virginia Tech Women Hold Day 1 Leads at ACC Indoor Track and Field

Louisville Men, Virginia Tech Women Hold Day 1 Leads at ACC Indoor Track and Field

LOUISVILLE, Ky. ( – On an opening day when new records and personal bests were very much the norm, the host Louisville men and Virginia Tech women held early team leads as the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Championships got underway Thursday at Norton Healthcare Sports and Learning Center.
(4 of 17 events completed)
1. Louisville – 25.5
2. Virginia Tech – 21
3. Notre Dame – 19
4. Clemson -13.5
t-5. Wake Forest – 13
t-5. Duke – 13
7. North Carolina -12
t-8. Miami -10
t-8. Syracuse – 10
t-8. Virginia -10
11. Pitt – 4
12. NC State – 3
t-13. Georgia Tech – 1
t-13. Boston College -1
15. Florida State – 0
(5 of 17 events completed)
1. Virginia Tech – 48
2. Duke – 27.5
3. NC State – 27
4. Notre Dame – 6
5. Virginia – 18.5
6. Syracuse – 11
7. Louisville – 9
8. Pitt – 8
9. North Carolina -7
10. Clemson – 6
11. Wake Forest – 5
t-12. Miami – 1
t-12. Florida State -1
t-14. Boston College 0
t-14. Georgia Tech 0
In addition to finals in the women’s pentathlon, four field events, and the men’s and women’s DMR and 5K races, Thursday’s action included the first four events of the men’s heptathlon, as well as prelims in both the men’s and women’s 200 meters. Please see the Flash Results link below for complete results of all day-one finals and preliminary events.

Day two of the three-day ACC Championship is set for Friday, beginning with the heptathlon high hurdles at 11 a.m.


ACC Network Extra will continue its full coverage of the Championships on Friday and Saturday. Shawn Kenney returns to handle play-by-play and will be joined by former Duke head coach Norm Ogilvie as color analyst and Hailey Hunter as sideline reporter. Please see below for watch links to coverage throughout the remaining two days. Additionally, ACC Network (ACCN) will re-air the final day of the competition on Sunday, Feb. 26 at 8 a.m.


The top three finishers in each individual event earn first-team All-ACC honors, while those placing fourth through sixth are second-team All-ACC. First-team All-ACC honors also go to each member of winning relay teams, with members of each second- and third-place team earning second-team recognition.

(Will be updated with more on Thursday’s events)

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