2019 Women’s NCAA Championships: Official SwimSwam Previews Index


As we tick down the days to the 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships, keep track of all our event-by-event previews and winner picks here.

Don’t miss a moment of our preview action and the concurrent comment section discussion – you can bookmark this page, which will be updated with links to each preview as we publish them. Disagree with our winner picks? Well, they are infallible, but if you really don’t buy it, you can leave your own picks, predictions and expectations in the comments.

Below are all of the events in their NCAA order, broken down by day. You can click on the event name and follow the link to our full preview and check out our picks for the entire top 8.

Final Edition Team Power Rankings Here

2019 Women’s NCAA Pick ‘Em Contest Here


Wednesday 800 Free Relay Stanford
Thursday 200 Free Relay Cal
500 Free Cierra Runge, Arizona State
200 IM Ella Eastin, Stanford
50 Free Abbey Weitzeil, Cal
400 Medley Relay Cal
Friday 400 IM Ella Eastin
100 Fly Louise Hansson, USC
200 Free Mallory Comerford, Louisville
100 Breast Lilly King
100 Back Beata Nelson, Wisconsin
200 Medley Relay Tennessee
Saturday 1650 Free Ally McHugh, Penn State
200 Back Taylor Ruck, Stanford
100 Free Mallory Comerford, Louisville
200 Breast Lilly King, Indiana
200 Fly Ella Eastin, Stanford
400 Free Relay Cal
Diving Bacon/Xu/Rosendahl

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Cierra Runge, Stanford ????


I wouldnt be surprised LOL

Wild Bill

Lilly King, Indiana for the 100 Breast


Really going out on a limb there Wild Bill!


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If you click on the championship central link at the top of the page and scroll down, the broadcast information is there. It looks like prelims are streamed free, finals wed/thurs are on espn3, and finals fri/sat are on espnu

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