NCAA Releases Pre-Cut Women’s NCAA Championship Psych Sheets

The NCAA has released the pre-selection psych sheets for the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championship meet. These sheets do not show who has qualified for the meet, but rather focus on the entries submitted for consideration by college coaches.

See the lists here.

These lists are significant in that they allow fans to see what events top swimmers are trying to shoot for in March in Greensboro – those swimmers who aren’t concerned about earning an invite.

The cut lines will be announced later this week, but last year they fell between lines 39 and 40.

In the coming hours, we will begin breaking down the psych sheets, seeing who has interesting entries, and seeing if we can draw any conclusions about where the NCAA Championship meet is heading.

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How do they determine how many are invited in each event? Do swimmers ever drop off between the pre-selection list and the invited list?

How many relays do they take in each event? Certainly not as many as individual events?

Is there a maximum number of individual swimmers that a team can take? Does this include relays?

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