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Day 1 – ACC Indoor Championships 2023 points standings; Louisville men and Virginia Tech women lead

ACC Indoor Championships 2023 Points Standings

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The host Louisville men and Virginia Tech women emerged as early leaders in the team standings on Day 1 of the 2023 ACC Indoor Championships at the Norton Healthcare Sports and Learning Center on Thursday (23).

After four of the 17 scored events, Louisville leads the men’s standings with 25.5 points, and is closely followed by Virginia Tech with 21 points and Notre Dame with 19 points.

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Meanwhile, on the women’s side, Virginia Tech is dominating the competition, racking up an impressive 48 points after five scored events. The Hokies are followed in the team standings by Duke, which is currently in second place with 27.5 points, with NC State coming next with 27 points in third place.

Notre Dame comes next with just 26 points, Virginia and Syracuse are tied for fifth place with 18.5 and 11 points respectively. Louisville (9), Pitt (8), and North Carolina (7) all have single-digit point totals, while Clemson and Wake Forest have 6 and 5 points respectively.

Meanwhile, Clemson is fourth on the men’s side with 13.5pts, while there is a two-way tie for fifth place, with Duke and Wake Forest both ending the day on 13 points each. North Carolina trails just behind with 12 points, followed by Miami, Syracuse, and Virginia, all with 10 points.

Despite their impressive performances on the first day of competition, anything can happen over the course of the remaining events. The teams will need to maintain their focus and determination if they hope to come out on top.

Stay tuned for further updates on the ACC Indoor Championships 2023 points standings, as the three-day championshipe continue on Friday’s second day!

ACC Indoor Championships 2023 points standings

TEAM STANDINGS
MEN
(4 of 17 events scored)
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
 
WOMEN STANDING
(5 of 17 events scored)
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

Steve Campbell

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