2019 WOMEN’S DIVISION I NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Wednesday, March 20th – Saturday, March 23rd
- Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center — Austin, Texas
- Prelims 9 a.m./Finals 5 p.m. (Central Time)
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For the fourth consecutive year, Lilly King won the 100 breast at the NCAA Championships.
She went 55.73 Friday night in Austin to break every record in the books, all of which were her own. Her previous NCAA, American, and US Open records stood at 55.88, which she just swam last month at the 2019 Big Ten Championships. King was 57.55 in prelims Friday morning.
|Final: 55.88||Final: 55.73|
King has now gone under :56 twice (flat start), and has dropped half a second in the last month – her PR going into Big Tens was 56.25. She is one of two swimmers ever to break :57, the other being Molly Hannis, and is the only swimmer to break 56.
Finishing second Friday night was Eastern Michigan’s Delaney Duncan, whose 57.83 makes her the No. 10 performer in history, and her 2nd-place finish makes her the highest-placing finisher in EMU history. In third was NC State’s Sophie Hansson in 57.90.
Top 10 Performers of All Time: SCY 100 breaststroke
Top 10 Performances of All Time: SCY 100 breaststroke