Previews & Recaps
Cammile Adams (right) and Maya DiRado (left) will battle it out in the meet’s final individual event – the 200 fly. They both represented the U.S. in that event at the 2013 World Championships.
Women’s D1 NCAA Day 3 Ups/Downs and projected final scores: A&M makes late charge, Stanford still second
Breeja Larson and the Aggies followed up a big Friday night with an even better Saturday morning, picking up 26 points from their seeds and have an outside shot to enter the battle for second with one more great session.
Nicole Vernon helped power Georgia to a big day 2 lead by winning the B-Final in the women’s 400 IM.
Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson got one of two NCAA Records on the second night of the 2014 NCAA Championships.
Georgia sophomore Brittany MacLean comes in with the time to beat in the mile, but there are a lot of veterans who are looking to take the crown.
Join SwimSwam’s Mitch Bowmile as he reviews all of the action from last weekend’s NCAA Championships for the Division I women.
VIDEO: Olympic Medalist Caitlin Leverenz on Cal Bears NCAAs, training, engagement, and what she does for strength
Caitlin Leverenz, a long time great swimmer for the Cal Bears, and USA, who won bronze in 200 IM in…
4 strokes on first length, and then 6 on the rest, for a 200 breaststroke! Great stroke count. How does…
Coach Kyle Clements and vivacious Emily McClellan tell shock of finding out what NCAAs were. “I cried…I didn’t want to…
VIDEO: NCAAs Team Hosts, Minnesota: Coach Kelly Kremer and 2-time individual A finalist, Kiera Janzen
“This will shock Coach Kelly Kremer a lot, but I really liked the mile,” said Kiera. Coach Kelly Kremer talked…
Stanford broke an American relay record, but also missed another by .03 seconds while leaving almost a full second on the blocks through safe exchanges. Are the extra tenths worth the risk of DQ?
With Harvey Humphries at the helm of the Georgia women’s team at NCAA’s, the Bulldogs repeated as NCAA Champions – but it felt very, very different from their 2014 title. (Featured Image Brittany MacLean)
5 Big Things from 2014 W. NCAA’s #1: Recruit Rankings Revisited, 2014 freshmen were remarkably consistent
An easy one to get right: Missy Franklin was the consensus #1 recruit, and the Golden Bear lived up to the hype. But how did the rest of our ‘top 10 recruits’ list hold up?
Emma Reaney pushed through the suddenly-intense media glare to smash the American record in the 200 breast for the second time in a month while winning the first NCAA swimming title in Notre Dame history.
Way better than jumping in for a morning workout, the Georgia women go for a victory dip after winning the Team Title at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships.