The three-time defending NCAA Champion Stanford women are seeded only 9th, by swimming points, for the upcoming national championship meet in March.
With NCAA Championship season shifting into high gear this month, the organization has formed a panel of medical professionals and student-athlete liaisons.
Those are the events she swam last season. However, Hansson did scratch the 200 IM in 2018 to swim all 5 relays, so there’s a chance we may see that again.
Forde will swim the 200 breast instead of the 200 fly. At Pac-12s, Forde won her 2nd individual title in the 200 breast with a new best time.
Psych sheets have dropped for the 2020 Men’s Pac-12 Swimming & Diving Championships, with USC holding a narrow early points lead based on diving.
The Cal Golden Bears are the heavy favorites to make it a threepeat at the 2020 Pac-12 Championships. Things could get interesting in the runner-up race.
Anna Kalandadze’s best time in the 1650 free this season would have likely qualified her for the NCAA Championships, though she’s now off Cal’s roster.
While USC has the fewest swimming points in the Swimulator scores of the current season rankings, they come into the meet with a lead.
Foelske’s swim set a new school record, breaking the mark held by fellow ASU freshman Lindsay Looney, which was set in their dual meet with Arizona.
Depending on what happens at the Pac-12 Championships next week, the Texas men could earn as many as 24 individual swimming invites to the NCAA Championship meet.
After leading Stanford to its fourth consecutive Women’s Pac-12 title, Greg Meehan discussed how this one felt different than the others.
We saw Day 4 of racing pick up, with some very exciting swims to end the conference championship weekend on a high note.
Stanford had several first-time individual champions at this meet. In fact, every single swimming champion for the Cardinal had never won individually before.
After winning the race with the Pac-12 Meet Record as a freshman with Cal, now-senior Cierra Runge of ASU looks to return to the top of the podium in the mile
Arizona All-American Kirsten Jacobsen swam faster than all but one of tonight’s seeds. It was her first best time in any event since 2018.