Beata Nelson upset American record holder Ella Eastin to win the 200 IM.
Forde went 4:31.34 to pick up the first individual NCAA title of her career.
Cal went 1:24.55 to break the NCAA, American, US Open, and pool records in the 200 free relay.
Haughey was DQed for allegedly taking multiple dolphin kicks during her second underwater pull.
Cal freshman Izzy Ivey will compete in her first ever NCAA individual event in prelims of the 200 IM.
2019 WOMEN’S DIVISION I NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 20th – Saturday, March 23rd Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center…
Tonight’s 50 free will feature the 2 fastest women in history: Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil, the American Record holder and fastest ever, and Tennessee’s Erika Brown, the NCAA Record holder and #2 all-time.
The Stanford women set a new pool record Wednesday night, even as Brooke Forde finished her anchor leg to the foot.
Conference Championships brought some major shakeups to our final edition men’s Power Ranks, though our #1 rank continues to be an uneasy split between Texas and Cal.
In the 200 IM, Cal’s Sarah Darcel, the 12th seed, has opted out of the 200 IM. She was one of Cal’s top seeded swimmers in the event, with only Izzy Ivey in front of her at #10.
Watch heats two and three of the 2019 women’s 800 free relay.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture the first day of the 2019 Women’s Division I NCAA Championships.
In which we totally overreact to swims from night one.
Mallory Comerford will step up for Louisville in the 800 free relay.
Night one features only the 800 free relay – but there’s plenty to look out for, including some key lineup choices.