2020 NCAA Women’s Division I Swimming Pre-Selection Psych Sheets Drop

2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships

The NCAA has released its psych sheets for the 2020 Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, with cutlines to follow later this week.

See the full pre-selection NCAA Women’s psych sheets here

The pre-cut psych sheets don’t reveal who is invited to the meet, but do show which three events each athlete chose to enter for the NCAA Championships. The NCAA selection criteria is relatively complex, based on getting exactly 270 men and 322 women into the national championship meet. You can read the finer points of that selection criteria here, but the upshot is that the top 35 to 40 women in each event should earn an invite, while the top 28 to 33 men should be in line for invites.

Stay tuned to SwimSwam as we’ll be running the numbers ourselves and projecting the cut-line later on today. You can follow that and all the rest of our pre-NCAA Championships coverage in our event channel here.

Stanford will seek its fourth-straight NCAA title on the women’s side, with Cal looking like the chief challengers to knock off the Cardinal after finishing second for three years straight.

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swim4288
10 months ago

Interesting to see that Megan Byrnes in’t entered in the meet. Wonder why

Taa
Reply to  swim4288
10 months ago

when you are done you are done

swim4288
Reply to  Taa
10 months ago

Amen to that

dmswim
Reply to  Taa
10 months ago

Especially when you’re a distance swimmer. It’s one thing to swim a 50 when your heart’s no longer in it; it’s another to swim a mile. Best wishes to Megan and congrats on retirement (if that’s what she’s doing)!

Swamfan
Reply to  swim4288
10 months ago

Did she qualify for the meet?

Austinpoolboy
10 months ago

Interesting. Kelly Pash only entered in 200 free and 200 fly, correct? Not in 400im. Must be in all 5 relays

Ghost
Reply to  Austinpoolboy
10 months ago

It looks like 3 of of their 5 studs are only swimming 2 individual trying to maximize the relays.

Ervin
10 months ago

Standford relays not looking good.

dmswim
Reply to  Ervin
10 months ago

Stanford’s don’t either.

Ervin
Reply to  dmswim
10 months ago

wATch oUt wE goTZ dA gRAmmAR pATroL uP iN HeRE

Landrew
Reply to  Ervin
10 months ago

Think that’s the spelling patrol

dmswim
Reply to  Ervin
10 months ago

I have a badge and everything.

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