“We’re depending on our seniors to lead us through this week,” Bradley said. “We have a young team and these ladies have been to this meet and they’ve competed at NCAA’s. They know what it takes to get on that next level and have success and I’m expecting them to come out and get this team going.”
Wednesday’s session will begin at 10 a.m. and will feature women’s 1-meter diving prelims. Swimming will start at 4 p.m. and will contain the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
Sophomores Cameron Johnson, Tyler Roberge along with junior Dylan Grisell and senior Kalonji Cole will compete in prelims of 3-meter diving at 2 p.m. Both men’s and women’s diving finals will take place in between relays on Wednesday.
“That first session is so important,” Bradley said. “Those relays set the tone and diving set the tone. It’s important to get it going right out of the gate.”
The individual events will start on Thursday and will conclude on Saturday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s finals will be available on ESPN3.
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The 2016 Women’s ACC Team
Ariel Barber So. Free/Back Meadowbrook, Pa.
Meg Brown Fr. IM/Fly/Back Chelmsford, Mass.
Josie Cuda Sr. Free Bluffton, S.C.
Summer Finke Fr. Free/IM Clearwater, Fla.
Cassidy Gebhart Fr. Diving Spring, Texas
McKenna Harris So. Breast St. Petersburgh, Fla.
Madison Jacobi Sr. Free Acworth, Ga.
Leila Johnston Fr. Fly/Free Bar Harbor, Maine
Blair Mulka So. Diving Wellington, Fla.
Caroline Neil Jr. Breast/IM Winston-Salem, N.C.
Natalie Pierce So. Breast Birmingham, Mich.
Sami Pochowski Sr. Breast/Free Muskego, Wisc.
Natalie Purnell Fr. Breast Manassas, Va.
Fabiana Ingram Fr. Free/Back Wellington, Fla.
Brenna Ruth So. Free Boca Raton, Fla.
Alexi Smith So. Free Lawrenceville, Ga.
Bianca Spinazzola Sr. Back/FLy Narragansett, R.I.
Katy Stringfield JR. Free Waynesville, N.C.
Lydia Ware Jr. Free Jacksonville, Fla.
Kalonji Cole Sr. Diving Tallahassee, Fla.
Dylan Grisell Jr. Diving Toronto, Ont.
Cameron Johnson So. Diving Indian Harbor Beach, Fla.
Tyler Roberge So. Diving Edmonton, Alb.
The ACC Championships – A Brief History
Heading into its 25th ACC Championship meet, Florida State took home its only title back in 2006. FSU has placed within the top three as a team 11 times, while capturing titles in 47 individual events on top of 17 relay victories.
Under Frank Bradley, the Seminoles finished third in 2014 and seventh in 2015, taking home two individual titles by ways of former Seminoles Tiffany Oliver, while coaching five individuals to All-ACC honors.
The Seminoles have had an individual champion at every meet since 2012, including former standout Katrina Young, who currently holds the ACC Meet record score on platform at 364.70.