2014 Women’s NCAA Championships: Day 1 Photo Highlights

Goldy the Gopher took a cannonball off of the 10-meter after the meet opening pyrotechnics show on night 1 of the 2014 NCAA Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Goldy the Gopher took a cannonball off of the 10-meter after the meet opening pyrotechnics show on night 1 of the 2014 NCAA Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Brittany MacLean (right) beat Missy Franklin (center) and Amber McDermott (left) celebrate what was the best 500 free race in women's NCAA history.(Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Brittany MacLean (right) beat Missy Franklin (center) and Amber McDermott (left) celebrate what was the best 500 free race in women’s NCAA history.(Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Maya DiRado made a breakthrough in the 200 IM with her first career NCAA Championship. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Maya DiRado made a breakthrough in the 200 IM with her first career NCAA Championship. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Olivia Smoliga celebrates with teammate Maddie Locus after winning the 50 free. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Olivia Smoliga celebrates with teammate Maddie Locus after winning the 50 free. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Olympic teammates Lian Neal (white cap) and Missy Franklin (gray cap) celebrate after the completing of the 400 medley relay. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

Olympic teammates Lian Neal (white cap) and Missy Franklin (gray cap) celebrate after the completing of the 400 medley relay. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze)

While Katie Olsen (left) and Maya DiRado (second-from left) are in disbelief, Felicia Lee laughs at how fast Stanford went in their 400 medley relay.

While Katie Olsen (left) and Maya DiRado (second-from left) are in disbelief, Felicia Lee laughs at how fast Stanford went in their 400 medley relay.

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