A look at some of the top swimmers from mid-major schools who are expected to have stellar showings and score points at the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming Championships
Eastern Michigan is looking to defend the Mid-American Conference title at their home pool in Ypsilanti, Michigan on March 2-5, 2016.
Tennessee (above) is one of three teams that lead the way with 13 individual swimmers earning invites to the NCAA Championships – matched by SEC Champions Texas A&M and Pac-12 Champions USC.
Ryan Murphy (CAL) and Collin Pollard (USC) earned Pac-12 swimmer/diver of the month honors.
The University of Toledo has announced the resignation of its women’s swimming & diving coach, Chris Peters.
California will be competing to defend their NCAA title. If they win this year, it will be their fifth national championship in program history.
Texas A&M’s Claire Brandt was among the swimmers who earned an NCAA invite from the 39-line.
These lists provide fans with insight about which events the top swimmers will be swimming in Atlanta later this month.
USC’s Reed Malone will be a key factor in determining whether or not the Trojans can defend their conference title.
Taylor Worrell and several Division I Championship hopefuls improved their chances for an invite to NCAA’s coming in March.
Fans are encouraged to share in the excitement with a recap video highlighting Florida International University as they bring home their second Conference USA Championship in a row.
2016 Conference USA day 4 finals recap.
Northern Arizona University won their third consecutive Western Athletic Conference team title on Saturday.
2016 MAC Championships day 4 finals recap.
2016 Northeast Conference day 4 finals recap.