Cal’s Missy Franklin will look to sneak down to the 100 free on Saturday to compete with a whole new set of opponents like Margo Geer and Kasey Carlson
Arizona’s Bonnie Brandon will once again be unable to go on Saturday morning at the NCAA Championships.
Many thanks to Tim Binning, the swim pictures, for these beautiful swimming photos.
Quotes from: Felicia Lee, Maya DiRado, Missy Franklin, Breeja Larson, Paige Miller & Paige Miller.
After day 2 of women’s NCAAs, the Georgia Bulldogs have expanded a 50-point lead to 72, and seem to be closing in on a repeat NCAA title.
Missy Franklin, one of the greatest female athletes on the planet, set Minneapolis on fire with a blistering new NCAA Record, American Record, U.S. Open Record, and fastest of all-time swim in the 200 yard free, posting a 1:40.31 to win.
In finals, though, Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson closed the door on her second 50 with a total time of 57.23, splitting 27.0/30.2 en route to her 3rd-straight title in this event.
North Carolina senior Stephanie Peacock has scratched the women’s 1650 free.
The Cal Golden Bears show off their styling nails on Friday evening.
Maya Dirado, tonight’s 400 IM winner, was a big disruptor in tonight’s pick ’em contest. A large majority of the 350+ entrants had Dirado finishing behind defending champion Elizabeth Beisel.
Studly backstroker , and underwater swimmer (and flyer) Cindy Tran had an amazing night – “I was proud of it…
Nicole Vernon helped power Georgia to a big day 2 lead by winning the B-Final in the women’s 400 IM.
Stanford’s Felicia Lee dominates 100s tonight. She has phenomenal kicks – secret? “I was actually injured last year” – she…
“I didn’t know what NCAA’s were my freshman year.” Emily McClellan takes her success all in stride, going a fast…
Breeja Larson broke her own NCAA, American, U.S. Open and meet records in the 100 breast with a 57.23 in winning another NCAA title in the event.