The Georgia Bulldogs are the champions of the 2013 Division I NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships, making their 5th title of all-time.
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The titles for all-time team championships in the 32 years of women’s NCAA swimming:
1. Stanford – 8
2. Texas – 7
T-3. Georgia – 5
T-3. Auburn – 5
5. Cal 3
6. Florida 2
T-7. Arizona – 1
T-7 USC – 1
The familiar faces on this staff of head coach Jack Bauerle and senior Associate Head Coach Harvey Humphries have been here for the whole run: one that started in 1999. Stefanie Williams is in her first year as a Georgia assistant, but she was on three NCAA Championship winning teams as a senior in her previous life.
Diving coach Dan Laak has also been here for all 5 titles.
Jerry Champers came in 2002, meaning that he was here for the 2005 title. The only newcomer to the club is Brian Smith, who is in his 6th season with the Bulldogs.
Congrats to the whole Georgia roster:
|Allison Schmitt||RS SR|
|Chantal Van Landeghem||FR|