Previews & Recaps
The 2017 Women’s NCAA Championships will come to close tonight with finals of the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and platform diving.
California sophomore Kathleen Baker was named the 2017 CSCAA Swimmer of the Year after winning three individual events and helping the Golden Bears to a 2nd-place finish at the 2017 NCAA Division I championships.
Simone Manuel swam the 2nd-fastest 100 free ever while leading off Stanford’s record-breaking 400 free relay to close out the 2017 NCAA championships.
Stanford’s Leah Stevens (15:52.36) and NC State’s Hannah Moore (15:52.75) lead the way with a pair of 15:52s.
This morning brings competition in the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and platform diving.
See what the best in college swimming stars had to say about their performances this weekend at the NCAA Championships
To say that this meet was historic for Stanford would be an understatement.
The cardinal had an exceedingly eventful last day of NCAA’s, winning 3 individual events, the last relay, and the team title.
In the final swim of her NCAA career, U.S. Olympian Lia Neal anchored with a blistering 46.37 to seal the deal for her team
The Cal women seemed to be in a very good headspace the whole weekend, upsetting multiple expected champions and racing their way to 2nd overall
Both the Stanford women and the Texas men won their respective championships by dominating margins. In contrast, the places behind…
With both NCAA Championships now in the rearview mirror, it’s time for everyone’s favorite game of “hindsight is 20/20.” We look back at our final team predictions to see who over- and underperformed our expectations.
2017 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 15 – Saturday, March 18 IUPUI Natatorium – Indianapolis, IN Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Defending…
Olivia Smoliga and Simone Manuel pose with their second and first place trophies after the 50 free. Smoliga went with black, while Manuel’s nails embrace the Stanford cardinal.
For the first time in history, the Florida Gators went scoreless at the women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship.