Previews & Recaps
Stanford won their third straight NCAA title relatively comfortably, but during the meet all the buzz was about how well the Cal women were performing.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck will race Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson for the 200 back title.
Stanford won their third straight title. Here’s are the numbers. All of the numbers.
The meet is complete. How did your picks fare?
Minnesota’s Mackenzie Padington had a huge swim in the eaarly heats of the mile, dropping nearly 16 seconds to lead the pack with only the final heat to go.
The 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships had some fantastic highlights. Hear these topics covered in our Top 25 (+1) Quotes from the media room at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
Although the last 2 years have been blowout wins for Stanford, the senior class remembers an NCAA’s 3 years ago similar to this one where every swim and every point could mean the difference between 1st and 2nd
Even after DQing in the 200 IM, Michigan senior Siobahn Haughey was instrumental in the success of the 3rd place Michigan
Duncan finished 2nd in 57.83, making her the 10th fastest performer in history. That was EMU’s highest finish in program history
The Cal women had a sensational week, leading the team battle going into the final day and ultimately winding up 2nd to Stanford by less then 40 points
Stanford are the early favorites next year. A look at the field behind them.
Taylor Ruck was the big freshman scorer, but all 7 of Stanford’s top-ranked recruits scored at NCAAs as rookies. Meanwhile one of our honorable mentions went off for big points.
The Stanford women earned their 3rd-consecutive team title at the 2019 NCAA championships, extending their all-time total to 11.
Looking back at the leadup to the 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships, we want to see where the “buzz” of the SwimSwam comment section was onto something… and where it wasn’t. How did your predictions fare? We track the results here.
The Louisville women finished 4th at NCAAs, which is their best-ever finish.