The NCAA has released the pre-cut psych sheets for the Men’s Division I Championship, being held March 26-28, 2015 at the Campus…
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Aaron Young’s second event, the 100 backstroke, gives him the advantage over Jacob Thulins’ second event, the 50 freestyle. Young will be the first alternate after they both tied with 46.38’s in the 100 butterfly.
Olivia Ball finished third in the 3m springboard event at the Zone B Championships to give Georgia their 19th Invite to the 2015 Women’s NCAA D1 Championships.
Rachel Bootsma (left) and Missy Franklin (middle) look to be key pieces to a possible Golden Bear trophy in the 200 free relay.
Megan Romano (middle) swam an impressive 200 backstroke to open up the final competitive session of the 2015 American Short Course Championships.
Becca Mann’s lifetime-best 4:37.98 gives her the top seed over a field with some big names at the Texas-based invite.
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With divers yet to go, the Georgia women are the only team with a full roster of 18 athletes so far.
Texas A&M’s Liili Ibanez was 6th at NCAA’s last season in the 200 free. This season, by our math, she was the second-to-last swimmer to qualify.
Sophomore Anu Nihipali was the NEC Championship Most Outstanding Swimmer, and now has a serious chance at NCAA qualifying.
The Cal Bears are looking to take back the NCAA National Championship Trophy from the Georgia Bull Dogs with their 137 point advantage on paper.
Liz Pelton, Rachel Bootsma, and Missy Franklin are among the most interesting entries for the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championship meet.
Western Kentucky had two swimmers punch their tickets to the national championships: backstroker Nadine Laemmler and butterflyer Susan Marquess.
Caeleb Dressel was one of a few Florida Gators testing some off-events at day 2 finals of the team’s Last Chance meet.
Finals of the Georgia Last Chance Meet saw a couple more swimmers improve their standing for an NCAA invite, most notably North Carolina’s Megan Bestor.