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Brittany MacLean won a hard-fought NCAA title in the 500 free, and it came with the NCAA record in 4:32.53.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean put on a performance for the ages and broke the NCAA Record in the 500 free early in the 2014 NCAA Women’s Championships.
If Georgia’s Brittany MacLean can win the 500 free tonight, she’ll make some of our pickers very happy, as only a few chose her for victory.
Live Updates will be made on this Post throughout the night recapping each event as it goes on. (Last updated 3/20, 8:53 pm.)
NCAA D-III NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Dates: Wednesday, March 19th – Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 Location: IUPUI Natatorium, Indianapolis, IN Defending Champs: Kenyon Men / Emory…
Georgia already has 11 point-scoring swims and dive slots tonight and has moved up 4 points from its seeds.
There was somewhat of a dilemma after the first session of the 2014 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships on…
After Day 2 Prelims, Kenyon Lords come in with 11 swims and two relays in the top 8. DU men come in with 7 returning swims, one relay in the A final and one in B. On the women’s side, the close race continues: Emory has 9 swims with two up relays. JHU has 6 with two up relays. Denison has 4 with two up relays, and Kenyon has only 3 with two up relays.
The first points are on the board at the 2014 Women’s Division I NCAA Championships.
A North Carolina swimmer can be seen in warmups practicing her relay starts with the kick plate on.
Kiera Janzen, “Honored to be competing …never in championship final before..walk into ready room and you see all these Olympians”….
Lili Ibanez had a big anchor for A&M as they are getting close to the NCAA Record in the 400 medley relay.
DIII distance phenom Al Weik talks about the season and his 500 victory at the 2014 NCAA championship.