Olivia Ball finished third in the 3m springboard event at the Zone B Championships to give Georgia their 19th Invite to the 2015 Women’s NCAA D1 Championships.
With divers yet to go, the Georgia women are the only team with a full roster of 18 athletes so far.
Texas A&M’s Liili Ibanez was 6th at NCAA’s last season in the 200 free. This season, by our math, she was the second-to-last swimmer to qualify.
The Cal Bears are looking to take back the NCAA National Championship Trophy from the Georgia Bull Dogs with their 137 point advantage on paper.
Liz Pelton, Rachel Bootsma, and Missy Franklin are among the most interesting entries for the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championship meet.
Missy Franklin and the Cal Bears will compete in the Pac-12 women’s championships this weekend, setting up another showdown between Franklin and Stanford’s Simone Manuel. The full meets to watch list is below.
Courtney Bartholomew was all smiles at the ACC Championships, but that smile could be making American history in a few weeks given her conference performances.
SMU’s Isabella Arcila broke another Conference Record on Day 3 of the 2015 AAC Championships.
SMU senior Isabella Arcila tied or broke the AAC record int he 50 free three times on Thursday as the SMU women opened up a 50-point gap on the field on day 2.
Full, live meet results available here. In their first season in the American Athletic Conference, the swimmers from East Carolina…
In the Division I NCAA qualifying system, there are “A” standards, which earn an automatic invite to the NCAA Championship…
Video courtesy: American Athletic Conference 2014 championship results. The American Athletic Conference will turn a new page in 2015, as…
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The 2015 NCAA D1 Championships are expected to be two of the most exciting championship meets of the year. With NCAA…
It’s no secret that Jack Conger and the Longhorns are on a roll. How does everyone else stack up?