The crowd went wild as they looked up at the board and saw Manuel’s final time: 45.56.
The Cal women seemed to be in a very good headspace the whole weekend, upsetting multiple expected champions and racing their way to 2nd overall
Stanford’s Greg Meehan was named the CSCAA’s Division I Coach of the Year after Stanford won their first NCAA title since 1998.
Lilly King set a new American, U.S. Open, and NCAA record in the 200 breast tonight with 2:03.18. Kierra Smith of Minnesota was also under the mark.
2017 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 15 – Saturday, March 18 IUPUI Natatorium – Indianapolis, IN Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Defending…
The Stanford Cardinal came away with the team title at the 2017 Women’s NCAA DI Championships by over 160 points.
In the final swim of her NCAA career, U.S. Olympian Lia Neal anchored with a blistering 46.37 to seal the deal for her team.
Katie Ledecky put up the NCAA record in the 1000 in her 1650 tonight. She also set an NCAA meet record in the mile with 15:07.70, the 2nd-fastest swim in history.
Stanford’s Leah Stevens (15:52.36) and NC State’s Hannah Moore (15:52.75) lead the way with a pair of 15:52s.
Olivia Rosendahl will be the top qualifier going into tonight’s platform dive final.
Georgia’s Olivia Smoliga touched in 50.04, making her the 6th fastest performer of all time to take the runner-up spot
This morning brings competition in the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and platform diving.
Stanford’s Ledecky, who set the American Record at a scorching 15:03.92 at the 2016 Ohio State Invite, will look to become the first woman to ever break 15:00 in the mile.
See photo highlights from day four prelims of the 2017 NCAA Women’s DI Swimming and Diving Championships.
The battle for 4th will be a close one between Texas and Georgia. As of now, the Bulldogs are projected to take 4th by just 13 points over the Longhorns.