UCLA freshman Madison White is among those on the 38th line who should earn an invite to NCAA’s.
Later this week, official NCAA invites for the Division I women’s meet will be announced. Here’s refresher on how the selection process works.
Florida’s Elizabeth Beisel will swim no first day event at this year’s NCAA Championship meet, and instead pull a tough 200 back/200 fly double.
Fast age groupers, college commits like Brett Ringgold and Curtis Ogren and even some current Texas A&M Aggies made appearances at the Texas Sectionals meet in College Station.
With the NCAA not allowing swimmers to remove the kick-plates from the Spectrum blocks at the University of Minnesota, here are some visuals of what the starting platform will look like for relay swimmers at the women’s NCAA Championships later this month.
Florida’s Lindsey McKnight is left squarely on the bubble for an NCAA qualification.
Louisville’s Gisselle Kohoyda swam a 2:09.95 in the 200 breaststroke in Tennessee to drastically improve her NCAA Qualifying chances.
Garrett McCaffrey and Morgan Priestley look forward to the 2nd batch of D1 conference championships.
With numbers courtesy of USA Swimming Stats on Twitter, we’ve put together some charts ranking the top-end depth of each of the major women’s conference to compete last weekend.
Gregg Troy talks to media after the SEC Championships, and shares that Nick Alexiou, a Virginia transfer, is probably redshirting the season.
University of Georgia senior, Shannon Vreeland, talks about the women’s team’s win at the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships held…
Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini (above) went 41.9 to win the 100 free, then 41.4 leading off the 400 free relay. Meanwhile the Georgia women and Florida men successfully defended their 2013 team titles.
Florida’s Brad deBorde, beard and all, has looked unstoppable at this week’s SEC Championships. He and Auburn’s Marcelo Chierigihini will have two more matchups on Saturday.
Fink breaks down his record-breaking swim and how he plans to go under 51 seconds in the future.
Texas A&M University senior, Breeja Larson, popped a 57.24 100 breast, shattering the NCAA, U.S. Open, and American records at SEC Championships!