2015 NCAA Women’s D1 Champs: Heat Sheets/Scratches

Day 2 of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships is expected to be a Golden Bear day, with the Cal women holding top seeds in both the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.

The Georgia women have a 10 point lead entering the day, where they are seeded to score 142 points and Cal is seeded to score 206 points. The Georgia women were on-fire on Thursday, especially in prelims, but even another day like they had on day 1 probably would leave no better than a dead-heat going into the final two sessions on Saturday.

Top 10 team scores:

1. Georgia – 172
2. Cal – 162
3. Stanford – 111
4. Texas A&M – 82.5
T-5. Louisville – 76
T-5. Virginia – 76
7. Wisconsin – 54
8. Tennessee – 52
9. USC – 46
10. Arizona – 44

Scratches

Once again, there were no major scratches on Friday, with all of the top 24 qualifiers remaining in-tact through the release of the psych sheets (though there were a few key declared false starts at the last minute on Thursday).

Most of the scratches came out of the 200 freestyle, where athletes are double-entered for the day.

400 yard IM

  • Sam Harding – Minnesota
  • Jennifer Holtzen – Wisconsin

100 yard butterfly

  • Carolyn Fittin – Penn State
  • Maddie Locus – Georgia
  • Megan Bestor – UNC
  • Rhi Sheets – Purdue

200 yard freestyle

  • Tori Simenec – Minnesota (already in 100 back or fly)
  • Sarah Denninghoff – Texas (already in 100 back)
  • Ashlee Linn – Florida
  • Katy Campbell – UCLA
  • Margaux Verger Gourson – Pacific
  • Kira Toussaint – FGCU (already in 100 back)

100 yard breaststroke

  • no scratches

100 yard backstroke

  • Chantal van Landeghem – Georgia
  • Cynthia Pammett – Indiana
  • Caitlin Cooper – Virginia

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I love Missy but I’m taking Simone for this 200 free. Go Simone!!!

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