See the men’s unofficial qualifying list here.
See the men’s invited list by team here.
See the men’s alternate list here.
See the women’s qualifying list here.
See the women’s invited list by team here.
See the women’s alternate list here.
The NCAA has released the unofficial psych sheets for their Division III Championships that begin in about three weeks in Indianapolis, Indiana, and an overhaul of the automatic qualifying times and selection procedures has led to a huge increase in the number of invitees per individual event.
Last year, both men’s and women’s lines in most events fell right around the top 13 ranked swimmers; this was due largely to the fact that there were some events where a disproportionate number of swimmers made the Automatic Qualifying Time – including the men’s 100 fly, where there were 22 under the required 49.34.
This year, though, the NCAA greatly toughened those automatic qualifying marks (this year, nobody was under the NCAA Automatic Qualifying Time), and that created more invitee balance across the events. Interestingly, even with the new system, the ultimate “cut line” for invites in the men’s 100 fly fell almost at the same spot – 49.41 this year.