Previews & Recaps
Though the women’s team race was tight throughout, the Georgia Bulldogs never trailed throughout the meet.
Olivia Smoliga’s gutsy 100 free title helped Georgia win its third NCAA title in the last four years.
We have an extremely close 3 team battle set up for the final night at the 2016 Women’s NCAA Championships. Cal, Stanford, and Georgia will fight to see who comes out on top.
Stanford was faced with a devastating 200 free relay DQ on the first night, but after a strong showing in tonight’s finals that included wins in the 400 IM and 200 medley relay, they’ve put themselves back into position to compete for the team title.
Stanford leads the teams in number of A finalists. The Cardinal has 6 ups, 1 down, and they’re in the final of the 200 medley relay. They’re looking to bounce back after a tough DQ in the 200 free relay last night, and have set themselves up well to get back into the top 3.
2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 16 – Saturday, March 19 McAuley Aquatic Center – Atlanta, GA Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM…
This was the first NCAA Championships that had the new 4-day format, putting the 800 Free Relay as a stand alone event on Wednesday night, now the first day of Competition
On day 3 of the 2016 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships, Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell broke the U.S. Open, NCAA, and American…
With his 7th title, Bauerle ties Richard Quick for the most women’s NCAA Division I titles with a single program
Greg absolutely knows what he’s doing, and has created a culture that his athletes have embraced 100% and now execute seamlessly
Just 1 out of 279 entrants correctly picked Kentucky’s Danielle Galyer to win the 200 back. Check out the full winner pick stats here.
The Stanford Cardinal racked up 395 points to help push the Pac-12 total to 1,185.5 at the end of the women’s NCAA meet.
The Georgia Tech record board has already been updated to account for all of the fast swimming at the 2016 Women’s NCAA Champs. Which men’s records will go down this week?
Watch all the Louisville races from 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
It’s no surprise that Georgia was one of the bigger movers and shakers of the meet, gaining 121 swimming points from seeds to jump from a distant fourth to the national title.