After missing Ella Eastin’s American record by just 4 hundredths last season, Cal’s Kathleen Baker is back to give it another go, but Stanford’s Eastin will be there as well to try and reclaim her title.
The ever-complicated NCAA diving qualification process begins this week with Zone Diving Championships, and it’s time to take a look at how divers qualify for the collegiate national championships.
Wisconsin sophomore Beata Nelson is the top seed in the women’s 100 backstroke.
Stanford projects to have the most invitees with 18, before zone diving begins.
Stanford is seeking a second-straight NCAA title in 2018.
Cole Buese is one of the Princeton men competing for tonight’s 200 fly title.
Princeton senior Zach Buerger posted the morning’s top time in the 200 fly and will be joined by teammates Cole Buese and Corey Okubo in the A final.
After putting up a blistering 1:30.69 split on the 800 free relay, Farris hit a new best time in the individual 200 free.
Harvard’s Brennan Novak is set to compete in the 1000 free tonight. Teammate Dean Farris headlines both the 200 free and 100 back.
Alessandra Baldari of North Palm Beach Swim Club and Benjamin High School in North Palm Beach, Florida, will swim for Yale University next year.
Alex Evdokimov of Cornell will be going for his fourth consecutive 100 breast title on Friday night. He set the DeNunzio Pool record in prelims with 52.76.
Tara LaRusso from Frank Cox High School and Tide Swim Team in Virginia Beach, Virginia has announced her intention to swim for Penn in the class of 2022.
Harvard’s Brennan Novak is the top seed in the 500 free after breaking the Meet Record with a quick 4:14.17 in prelims.
Watch Harvard’s Dean Farris put up the fifth-fastest 800 freestyle relay split of all time.
Harvard led the way on Thursday morning with seven swimmers making A finals, five making B finals, and one qualifying for a C final.