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Division II Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships

The NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships got underway at the Birmingham CrossPlex today. The meet is part of the larger NCAA Division II Festival, an Olympic-like multi-sport event with opening and closing ceremonies and a total of five championships (men’s/women’s swimming and diving, men’s/women’s indoor track and field, and men’s wrestling).

Diving pre-qualifying competition began at 10 AM for men’s 3-meter and women’s 1-meter, and continues at 2 PM for men’s 1-meter and women’s 3-meter. Swimming and diving officially begins tomorrow, Wednesday, March 8, 2017.

We have scored out the psych sheets for the women’s meet and the men’s meet and we are expecting another fast and exciting weekend. Last year, the women broke 8 of 14 NCAA Division II meet records in individual events and 3 of 5 relay records. The men broke 4 individual and 3 relay records.

Day One Events

  • 1,000-yard freestyle (last heat of timed finals)
  • 200-yard individual medley
  • 50-yard freestyle
  • 3-meter diving (M)
  • 200-yard medley relay

Day Two Events

  • 200-yard freestyle relay
  • 400-yard individual medley
  • 100-yard butterfly
  • 200-yard freestyle
  • 1-meter diving (W)
  • 400-yard medley relay

Day Three Events

  • 500-yard freestyle
  • 100-yard backstroke
  • 100-yard breaststroke
  • 200-yard butterfly
  • 1-meter diving (M)
  • 800-yard freestyle relay (last heat of timed finals)

Day Four Events

  • 1,650-yard freestyle (last heat of timed finals)
  • 100-yard freestyle
  • 200-yard backstroke
  • 200-yard breaststroke
  • 3-meter diving (W)
  • 400-yard freestyle relay


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Steve Swims
3 years ago

Thanks for the info! I’m most excited for Will Licon’s 100 BR

Mr G
Reply to  Steve Swims
3 years ago

This is D2; Will swims D1 :^>

Reply to  Steve Swims
3 years ago


3 years ago

Csmf go DU!

3 years ago

I believe the scheduled event times are Central Time Zone (not Eastern). First event is at 10:30 am CT on Wednesday.

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