18 Cardinals and the milers will compete for ACC gold tonight
In all, Louisville won gold in five events - 100 butterfly, 100 breaststroke, 100 backstroke, 200 breaststroke, and 400 medley relay - and finished with 16 medals, the second most of any team.
Cards win three individual golds and the 400-medley relay
Cards have chance to pile up points in tonight's finals session.
Cards earn nine second swims tonight
Louisville Swimming & Diving v Florida State | Day 2
Louisville Swimming & Diving v North Carolina | Day 1
AAC Swimming & Diving Championships | Day 4
AAC Swimming & Diving Championship | Day 3
Freshman: Along with Aaron, Grigory is another freshman for Louisville that qualified in individual events for the NCAA Championships, and both will compete in the 200-backstroke. He was placed on the All-American Conference team for winning both the 100- and 200-backstroke events, as well as helping the winning 200- and 400-medley relays at the American Conference Championships. He is the 18th-fastest in the 200-backstroke with a time of 1:41.50. Grigory posted a school record time with a 1:41.33 finish in the 200-backstroke at the NCAA Championships. He also finished 18th in the prelims of the 200-back and 32nd in the 100-back at the NCAA Championships.
Prep: Grigory Tarasevich hails from Omsk, Russia where he attended Grammar School #19. Tarasevich has earned three European Junior Champion Titles, he is a two time Russian Junior National Record Holder, and was crowned 2013's World Junior Champion in the 50- meter backstroke this past summer.
Personal: Son of Arkadiy and Galina Tarasevich. Born August 1, 1995. Major is Mechanical Engineering.