All the Links You Need for Women’s 2014 NCAA Championships

Full Coverage

For more analysis that you can possibly process in one day, check out our official SwimSwam Event Channel for the 2014 Women’s NCAA Championships, presented by Nike Swim.

The Minnesota Golden Gophers are hosting… For more information on tickets, hotels, directions, etc., go to their NCAA Championship Central page.


Swimming prelims begin at 11AM Central/12PM Eastern Time each day
Swimming finals begin at 7PM Central/8PM Eastern Time each day
Diving prelims are done in the afternoon, after the completion of the swimming preliminary rounds
Diving finals are done before each session-ending relay, with the 1-meter Thursday, the 3-meter Friday, and the platform Saturday

More time zones, from west to east (Prelims start time/finals start time):
Hawaiian: 6AM/2PM
Pacific: 9AM/5PM
Mountain: 10AM/6PM
London: 4PM/midnight
Paris: 6PM/2AM
Beijing: Midnight/8AM

Live Results

Live Swimming Results should be here once the meet starts.
Live Diving Results.

There’s nothing up on Meet Mobile yet, but searching “NCAA” or “Division I” should pull up a list of meets including this one.  We will update this once something shows up.

Live Stream

For live streamed coverage of Thursday’s prelims, Thursday’s finals, Friday’s prelims, and Saturday’s prelims, the site indicates feed will be available courtesy of CBS Sports here:


Friday and Saturday finals sessions: (you must have an appropriate cable/internet subscriber to access

Any other questions? Feel free to ask! Either us, or a member of our incredibly knowledgeable community, would be more-than-happy to shed some light on any subject for you.

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6 years ago

Any body know of some sort of pay-per view option or anything like that?

Reply to  Michael Scott Schwartz
6 years ago

Michael – do you have an ISP on the list? It encompasses just about everyone that I’ve ever heard of.

bobo gigi
6 years ago

Just a precision. 7 PM CDT in USA usually means 2 AM in France as you write it. But you have already done your time change in USA while here in France it will be only on Sunday, March 30th. So until that date, we don’t have 6 hours of difference with EST anymore but 5 hours. Not 7 hours with CDT but 6. Not 8 hours with MT but 7. And not 9 hours with PT but 8. For Paris the prelims are at 5 PM and the finals are at 1 AM. And it’s very cool. I can start with the NCSA junior nationals at 11 PM and then the NCAA championships (at least the first day is… Read more »

Reply to  bobo gigi
6 years ago

Do you ever sleep Bobo?! lol

6 years ago

Came across this link for live results.

Seems to have Feb instead of March for its dates tho??

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