2017 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 15 – Saturday, March 18 IUPUI Natatorium – Indianapolis, IN Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Defending…
The Stanford Cardinal came away with the team title at the 2017 Women’s NCAA DI Championships by over 160 points.
Katie Ledecky put up the NCAA record in the 1000 in her 1650 tonight. She also set an NCAA meet record in the mile with 15:07.70, the 2nd-fastest swim in history.
Olivia Rosendahl will be the top qualifier going into tonight’s platform dive final.
See photo highlights from day four prelims of the 2017 NCAA Women’s DI Swimming and Diving Championships.
Madeline Banic anchored the Tennessee relay to a slot in the consolation final this morning, after being taken away from the pool on a stretcher last night.
Simone Manuel went 46.30 this morning in the 100 free to put up the 3rd-fastest time in history.
Watch as Farida Osman wins her first individual title to become the third-fastest 100 flyer in history.
Watch as Stanford sophomore Ella Eastin defends her title in the 400 IM, taking over the American record from her teammate Katie Ledecky.
Watch as Mallory Comerford runs down Katie Ledecky to tie for the NCAA title.
Number three seed Brooke Zeiger of Minnesota and sixth seed Cierra Runge of Wisconsin (pictured) have both scratched the 1650 free for tomorrow, bumping Danielle Valley and Ashley Neidigh into the night swim.
Cal senior Farida Osman won her first-ever individual NCAA title tonight in the 100 fly, becoming the 3rd-fastest swimmer in history.
Ella Eastin swam 3:57.57 to outswim Katie Ledecky’s 400 IM American record from Pac-12s.
Kathleen Baker took her second individual title of the meet tonight in the 100 back with 49.84.
Olivia Rosendahl of Northwestern was the top 3-meter qualifier this afternoon, with Minnesota’s Yu Zhou (pictured) second.