NCAA Announces 2013-14 Division II Qualifying Standards

The NCAA Division II Swimming Committee released the ‘A’ and ‘B’ Qualifying Standards for the 2013-14 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.  The cuts are faster pretty much across the board, with the biggest changes coming in the men’s breaststroke events; the ‘A’ standard in the 100 breast went from 54.36 to 53.05, and the 200 breast went from 1:59.51 to 1:56.74.

Though we don’t have a web link with the standards yet, please see the table below for the official standards…

Links to the 2012-13 standards (this past season) can be found here:
Men’s 2012-13 standards
Women’s 2012-13 standards

 

2013‐14 NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships Qualifying Standards

Event

25‐Yard Course

25‐Meter Course

A Standard

B Standard

A Standard

B Standard

50 Freestyle

20.05

21.05

22.37

23.49

100 Freestyle

43.96

46.15

49.06

51.51

200 Freestyle

1:37.04

1:41.90

1:48.31

1:53.72

500 Freestyle

4:25.66

4:38.95

3:52.43

4:04.05

1000 Freestyle

9:08.37

9:35.79

7:59.76

8:23.75

1650 Freestyle

15:23.33

16:09.50

15:20.57

16:06.60

100 Backstroke

48.27

50.68

53.87

56.57

200 Backstroke

1:46.61

1:51.94

1:58.98

2:04.93

100 Breaststroke

53.05

55.70

59.21

1:02.17

200 Breaststroke

1:56.74

2:02.58

2:10.29

2:16.80

100 Butterfly

48.06

50.46

53.63

56.32

200 Butterfly

1:46.45

1:51.77

1:58.80

2:04.74

200 Individual Medley

1:47.34

1:52.71

1:59.80

2:05.79

400 Individual Medley

3:53.23

4:04.89

4:20.31

4:33.32

200 Freestyle Relay

1:19.91

1:23.91

1:29.19

1:33.64

400 Freestyle Relay

2:56.61

3:05.44

3:17.11

3:26.96

800 Freestyle Relay

6:33.05

6:52.70

7:18.67

7:40.60

200 Medley Relay

1:27.42

1:31.79

1:37.57

1:42.45

400 Medley Relay

3:12.90

3:22.54

3:35.29

3:46.05

 

1‐Meter Diving Points *

3‐Meter Diving Points #

Dual‐6 Optionals

285

295

Championship‐11 Dives

440

460

* A minimum degree of difficulty on the 1‐Meter six optional dives shall be a 14.0
# A minimum degree of difficulty on the 3‐Meter six optional dives shall be a 15.0

 

2013‐14 NCAA Division II Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships Qualifying Standards

Event

25‐Yard Course

25‐Meter Course

A Standard

B Standard

A Standard

B Standard

50 Freestyle

23.08

24.23

25.76

27.04

100 Freestyle

50.22

52.73

56.05

58.85

200 Freestyle

1:48.52

1:53.95

2:01.12

2:07.18

500 Freestyle

4:53.05

5:07.71

4:16.39

4:29.21

1000 Freestyle

10:03.96

10:33.10

8:47.52

9:13.90

1650 Freestyle

16:48.96

17:39.40

16:45.94

17:36.24

100 Backstroke

55.00

57.75

1:01.38

1:04.45

200 Backstroke

1:58.43

2:04.35

2:12.18

2:18.79

100 Breaststroke

1:02.23

1:05.34

1:09.45

1:12.93

200 Breaststroke

2:14.90

2:21.64

2:30.56

2:38.09

100 Butterfly

55.09

57.84

1:01.48

1:04.56

200 Butterfly

2:01.35

2:07.41

2:15.43

2:22.20

200 Individual Medley

2:02.50

2:08.62

2:16.72

2:23.55

400 Individual Medley

4:19.61

4:32.59

4:49.74

5:04.23

200 Freestyle Relay

1:32.43

1:37.05

1:43.16

1:48.32

400 Freestyle Relay

3:23.43

3:33.60

3:47.04

3:58.39

800 Freestyle Relay

7:26.17

7:48.4

8:17.96

8:42.86

200 Medley Relay

1:42.07

1:47.17

1:53.92

1:59.61

400 Medley Relay

3:43.20

3:54.36

4:09.11

4:21.56

 

1‐Meter Diving Points *

3‐Meter Diving Points #

Dual‐6 Optionals

255

265

Championship‐11 Dives

390

420

* A minimum degree of difficulty on the 1‐Meter six optional dives shall be a 12.5
# A minimum degree of difficulty on the 3‐Meter six optional dives shall be a 13.0

 

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Mike

Do you have an idea of when the standards for Division I and III will be released?

Pvk

Why are the breaststroke standards so fast compared to the other strokes??? They look more like D1 q times to me…

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