Stanford head coach Greg Meehan is meddling with his medley relays on day 1 of the 2016 NCAA Championships.
This season, the Golden Bears have a good chance at repeating as champions in this event and making another run at the record. They’re the only team that’s been under 1:27 so far in 2016, entering the meet with their 1:26.77 from Pac-12s.
Stanford enters the 2016 NCAA Championships as the defending champions in the 400 freestyle relay and the top seed with a 3:11.44. If they want to defend that title, they’ll have to fend off some tough competition from Cal, USC, and NC State.
As a follow-up to the announcement that California freshman Katie McLaughlin would be returning to her Southern California home to continue rehab…
The Florida Gators, seen here celebrating their 800 free relay win at SEC’s last month, are one of several men’s teams with five automatic relay qualification times
Who’s our pick as Women’s NCAA team champion this week?
California freshman Katie McLaughlin will be returning to her Southern California home to continue rehab on a neck injury that has cost her most of her rookie season.
We’ve made some big changes to the 2016 NCAA Pick ‘Em Contest, including scoring for choosing the correct team champions.
This season, a pair of freshman are up to challenge Leverenz’s 1:51.77. Those freshman are Stanford’s Ella Eastin and Cal’s Kathleen Baker.
To the victors go the spoils when it comes to NCAA Championship seating.
2016 WOMEN’S NCAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 16- Saturday, March 19 Georgia Institute of Technology- Atlanta, GA. Psych…
The 2016 Pac-12 Champions from USC are clearly elite by any measure of the word, including earning 5 Qualifying Standard relay invites to the 2016 NCAA Championships.
2015 Pac-12 7th place finisher in the mile Maddie Meisel will transfer from Utah to USC next season and will be…
With the coming Olympic season, the NCAA added long course meter conversions into its NCAA invite process for 2016 – but the result had very little impact on the NCAA psych sheets in either gender.
Division II NCAA record-holder and U.S. National Teamer Matt Josa is looking to transfer to the Division I level, with Texas, Cal, Missouri and Louisville among the potential landing spots.