The North Carolina men’s swim and dive team came in 36th overall at the NCAA Swim and Dive Championships that concluded on Saturday.
Two Tar Heels competed in the NCAAs that finished up this weekend. Michael McBryan, a senior co-captain, swam in the 100-and 200-yard breaststroke events. The other teammate at the meet was first-year Greg Duncan, who competed in the one-and three-meter diving events.
At the ACC swim and dive championships back in February, McBryan and Duncan were quite successful. McBryan took the bronze spot for the 100-yard breaststroke, and Duncan swept the one-and three-meter events.
Neither McBryan nor Duncan competed on the first day of the championships, both making their opening appearance on Thursday.
McBryan swam in the 100-yard breaststroke preliminaries Thursday morning, placing 30th. He finished with a time of 53.15, 0.59 seconds slower than his entry time. It was not enough to send McBryan through to the finals for that event the next day.