Cardinals Finish Sixth at ACC Championship

first_imgACC Freshman of the Year – Amelia Shunk, Duke CLEMSON, S.C. – With 41 points in the overall standings, the University of Louisville rowing team placed sixth at the 2019 ACC Rowing Championship Saturday morning at Lake Hartwell. Second Varsity 8+ Grand Final1. Virginia, 6:39.5272. Duke, 6:44.1773. Clemson, 6:46.0934. Syracuse, 6:50.5925. Notre Dame, 6:51.2506. Louisville, 6:57.262 For the second straight season, sophomore Violette Legrand was named to the Second Team All-ACC by a vote of the league’s coaches. Virginia’s varsity eight boat was named the league’s crew of the year while Duke’s Megan Cooke Carcagno and Amelia Shunk took Coach of the Year and Freshman of the Year honors. ACC Coach of the Year – Megan Cooke Carcagno, Duke Final Results AWARDSALL-ACC ROWING TEAMFirst TeamIzzi Weiss, Virginia (coxswain)Isla McRae, ClemsonIsabel Ruby-Hill, DukeSophie Simister, DukeEmily Stinebaugh, Notre DameMegan Vorcoe, SyracuseHeidi Long, VirginiaAnna Fairs, VirginiaSecond TeamTara Fagan, Duke (coxswain)Kylie Kramer, Boston CollegeAliute Udoka, ClemsonViolette Legrand, LouisvilleTessa White-Parsons, MiamiMaria Marroquin, North CarolinaLaura Migliore, Notre DameSydney Michalak, SyracuseMackenzie King, Virginia Virginia earned its 10th-consecutive and 19th overall ACC championship with 95 points, narrowly edging out Duke for the automatic berth in the upcoming NCAA Championship. The Blue Devils took second with 90 points, followed by Syracuse in third with 75 and Notre Dame and Clemson tied for fourth with 58. Varsity 8+ Grand Final1. Virginia, 6:31.2682. Duke, 6:35.4373. Syracuse, 6:38.1774. Notre Dame, 6:41.0195. Louisville, 6:44.2046. Clemson, 6:45.350 LINEUPSV8+: Perie Howard (coxswain), Violette Legrand, Lucie Heranova, Caroline Lynch, Abbi Fitts, Misia Partyga, Leah van Eeden, McKenzie Sweeney, McKenzie Vaughn2V8+: Margaret Geraghty (coxswain), Mallory Burnett, Mahalia Shand, Jordan Kraski, Grace Herbert, Haylee Judge, Abigail Davies, Sarah Thurson, Katie BeilerV4+: Rosie Devine (coxswain), Kimberly Dil, Victoria Goldin, Emily Corso, Madeline Dodd2V4+: Audrey Sholiton (coxswain), Caitlyn Pike, Emmy Wuensch, Madison Luette, Michaela Dukes3V8+: Heidi Anderson (coxswain), Olivia DeNiro, Morgan Senogles, Gillian Burns, Brynna Walchle, Megan Lee, Anna Kiser, Eliza Wack, Ainsley Mattingly Fans can follow Louisville rowing on Twitter (@UofLRowing) at http://twitter.com/uoflrowing, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/UofLRowing and on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/uoflrowing.center_img ACC Crew of the Year – Virginia V8+ In the closing varsity eight grand final, the Cardinals finished fifth with a time of 6:44.204 as Virginia held off runner-up Duke to clinch the conference title. In other grand finals, the 3V8+ placed fifth, turning in a time of 7:04.014, while the 2V8+ finished sixth with a mark of 6:57.262.  Print Friendly Version Third Varsity 8+ Grand Final1. Virginia, 6:48.3322. Duke, 6:53.5123. Syracuse, 6:55.2894. Notre Dame, 6:57.7495. Louisville, 7:04.0146. Clemson, 7:12.070 The Cards’ strongest performance of the day came from the 2V4+, who battled with Notre Dame and North Carolina in a highly-competitive petite final with multiple lead changes. After a slow start, coxswain Audrey Sholiton’s crew gradually caught up with the Tar Heels and Fighting Irish, grabbing a one-second lead at 1,500m mark of the race. However, Notre Dame used a burst of its own to pull out the victory, with Louisville posting a time of 7:52.754. Later in the morning, the V4+ took third in their petite final, finishing behind UNC and Boston College with a time of 7:52.554.   Second Varsity 4+ Petite Final1. Notre Dame, 7:49.2312. Louisville, 7:52.7543. North Carolina, 7:53.693 Story Links Varsity 4+ Petite Final1. North Carolina, 7:43.1892. Boston College, 7:49.2193. Louisville, 7:52.554 RESULTS2019 ACC Championship – Overall Standings1. Virginia, 95 points2. Duke, 90 points3. Syracuse, 75 pointsT4. Notre Dame, 58 pointsT4. Clemson, 58 points6. Louisville, 41 pointsT7. North Carolina, 30 pointsT7. Miami, 30 points9. Boston College, 18 pointslast_img

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