Kelsi Worrell, who broke the American Record in the 100 fly at the NCAA Championships, is one of four nominees for the Collegiate Women Sports Awards.
After dealing with adversity for a good calendar year, Missy Franklin broke through at the 2015 NCAAs, answering questions about her improvement curve and training home with a resounding “1:39.10.”
The picture is still not complete, so we counted down the top five questions for 500 days between now and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
By applying an objective algorithm, Infostrada Sports predicts overall medal outcomes, as well as individual winners at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
Missy Franklin is wasting no time in jumpstarting her professional swimming career. A day after wrapping up her college career with three individual NCAA titles and a team championship, Franklin has signed with an agent known for his work with Olympic athletes.
Our picks for swimmer of the meet, diver of the meet, freshman of the meet, and coach of the year from the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving championships.
Three individual American records were broken, and plenty of other historic marks were set at the Greensboro Aquatic Centre. Due to the historic nature of these championships, we’re counting down some of the swims we think will be remembered for a long time.
Saturday night’s action included Simone Manuel’s American record in the 100 free, plus repeat wins from Virginia’s Leah Smith, Cal’s Missy Franklin and Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell as well as a 200 breast that saw Minnesota’s Kierra Smith upset reigning American record-holder Emma Reaney for the title.
Founded in 1922, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is a professional organization of college swimming and diving coaches dedicated to serving and providing leadership for the advancement of the sport of swimming at the collegiate level.
Video produced by Coleman Hodges Reported by Mitch Bowmile. The University of California Golden Bears have won their first NCAA…
Simone Manuel had a hand in not one, but two American records on the final night of 2015 Women’s NCAAs.
The University of California Golden Bears have won their first NCAA Championship title since 2012, taking down both Georgia and Stanford to win with 513 points.
As we spoke to Teri NcKeever after the finals session of Day 2 at the Women’s NCAA Championships, a hot…
Liz Pelton is the American record holder in the 200 backstroke.
2015 Women’s NCAA D1 Championships: Day 2 Quick Quotes, Part 2