After a riveting 3 days of competition at the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championships, Jack Bauerle and the Georgia Bulldogs walked…
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Georgia coach Jack Baurle mentioned this about his team’s performance today
While day 1 of the NCAA Championships really played to Georgia’s strengths as a roster, day 2 has been great for the Cal Bears, who are projected to take over the team points lead tonight.
Georgia’s Chantal van Landeghem has dropped the 100 back on day 2 of the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Led by Amber McDermott, the 2nd seed, the Georgia Bulldogs had the best morning of anybody at the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Reimagine this year’s Women’s Championship meet as if you are filling in your March Madness bracket.
With American record holder (and last year’s champion) Emma Reaney seeded in fourth place by over two seconds, this year’s 200 yard breaststroke could go to anyone.
Georgia junior Ty Stewart will swim the 100 fly on day 2 of the 2015 NCAA Championships, rather than the 400 IM.
Steve Bultman’s Texas A&M women qualified 16 women for the 2015 NCAA Championships – but many, many fewer teams will be at this year’s meet than last year.
With divers yet to go, the Georgia women are the only team with a full roster of 18 athletes so far.
Sophomore Anu Nihipali was the NEC Championship Most Outstanding Swimmer, and now has a serious chance at NCAA qualifying.
A Chance for Each Team to Brag
Despite winning the SEC Championship by nearly 200 points, including a win in the men’s 500 free from Mitch D’Arrigo, the Florida Gators were put behind the Georgia Bulldogs in the latest CSCAA poll.
The Georgia women won their 6th-straight SEC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship on Saturday in Auburn, Alabama.