All the Links You Need for the 2017 Women’s D1 NCAA Championships

2017 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Swimmers are gearing up for the 2017 Divsion 1 Women’s NCAA Championships, which will take place from Wednesday, March 15th through Saturday, March 18th at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana. You can find all the links you need to follow along right here on SwimSwam, as well as event-by-event previews and predictions.

PICK ‘EM CONTEST:

Swimming fans can still enter our official Pick ‘Em contest until 4 p.m. on the Wednesday of the meet. If you haven’t done so already, click here to enter. By using the new Google Forms format, you CAN go in and edit your responses up until 4 PM on Wednesday. You can also use this “edit responses” ability to go in and print or save your answers.

EVENT-BY-EVENT PREVIEWS:

You can follow these links to each of our specific event-by-event previews for Women’s NCAAs, including our top 8 picks in each race. We’ve listed our predicted winners below, and will update the remaining events as the rest of our previews are published.

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SwimSwamSwum
4 years ago

This is awesome! Will you post links for the D3 meet as well? Thanks!

Onehandtouch
4 years ago

Where are the links to D3?

Swim on
4 years ago

That’s a lot of Stanford

ERVINFORTHEWIN
Reply to  Swim on
4 years ago

no kidding

ADSF
4 years ago

Great job and thank you, Lauren!

On 200, we didn’t realize that SwimSwam picked Ledecky over Manuel.But I wasn’t surprised if she wins. If Ledecky is within Manuel’s hips in the last 50, I think Ledecky can chase her down. She is so good.

This event is the most exciting for me to see who will win. Most likely the winner will crack 1:40 but I am not sure if the American record will be broken.

Friuti
4 years ago

Does anyone know if you’re going to need a cable subscription for the live stream?

korn
Reply to  Lauren Neidigh
4 years ago

yes you need a cable subscription (or someone else’s password…..shh!)

ESPN3 = Bad
Reply to  Friuti
4 years ago

ESPN3 is the killer on minor sports. You can only watch it with a cable subscription, and still it’s hard and complicated to get on. It hurts minor sports because it’s harder for casual fans to watch than just clicking a live stream.

It’s the classic case of trying to gain a profit before the sport has a big enough audience.

Swimmer
4 years ago

Is there going to be an ncsa live results feature?

Stallion6
4 years ago

Other than Ledecky dropping bombs. I think that the best event in swimming ( The100 free) will be the most exciting race of the meet

korn
Reply to  Stallion6
4 years ago

I would say the 100 back will be the most exciting. Any of the finalists will have a chance to win and any of them could break the record. It is loaded

Bigly
4 years ago

What event numbers are swum each day? I can’t tell from the psych sheet. Plus I’m just ignorant.

dmswim
Reply to  Bigly
4 years ago

Click on the link from last years results. The order of events should be the same for this year.

Bigly
Reply to  dmswim
4 years ago

Thanks

On Fleek
Reply to  Bigly
4 years ago

This year’s live results may also help… 🙂

http://www.sidearmstats.com/ncaa/swimming/index.htm

SwimGeek
Reply to  Bigly
4 years ago

NCAA event lineup:
Relay night (Wed) 800 FR/ 200MR
Day 1: 500/2IM/50 and 200 FR
Day 2: 4IM/100 Fly/2Free/100 breast/ 100 back and 400 MR
Day 3: 1650/2 Back/100 Free/2 Breast/ 2 fly and 400 FR (not sure if I have 100 free in the right sequence here)

dmswim
Reply to  SwimGeek
4 years ago

The 200 MR is not Wednesday night. It’s swum prelim/finals on Friday. The 400 medley relay is on Thursday along with the 200 free relay.

SwimGeek
Reply to  dmswim
4 years ago

Good catch, thanks. I got mixed up with the typical conference relay lineup.

About Lauren Neidigh

Lauren Neidigh

Lauren Neidigh is a former NCAA swimmer at the University of Arizona (2013-2015) and the University of Florida (2011-2013). While her college swimming career left a bit to be desired, her Snapchat chin selfies and hot takes on Twitter do not disappoint. She's also a high school graduate of The …

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