2023 NCAA Division I Women’s Championships: Day 4 Relay Analysis

In this article, we break down all the leadoff and rolling splits from the women’s 400 free relay at the 2023 NCAA Championships.

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Gretchen Walsh: “It’s such a privilege to even be able to say that I’m on this team”

Walsh, only a sophomore for Virginia, took home 6 golds and one silver at this meet and broke several NCAA records in the process.


Emma Sticklen Wins 200 Fly NCAA Title In Thrilling Finish, #4 Performer Ever (1:49.95)

Sticklen dropped over a second from her previous best time of 1:51.37 coming into the meet, and is now the fourth woman in history to go sub-1:50.


Claire Curzan Wins 200 Back Redemption NCAA Title, Swims #6 Performance Ever (1:47.64)

Claire Curzan bounced back big time in the women’s 200 back final, winning by over a second to take home her first NCAA title.

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2023 NCAA DI Women’s Championships: Day 4 Prelims Overreactions

Alabama’s Rhyan White nearly missed making finals in the 200 backstroke during this morning’s prelims session, leading to some concerns for this summer.


2023 NCAA Division I Women’s Championships: Day 4 Early Distance Heats Live Recap

Florida’s Emma Weyant (pictured) will be one of the big names racing in the earlier heats of the women’s 1650 free taking place before the finals session.


2023 NCAA Division I Women’s Championships: Day 4 Prelims Live Recap

In the final prelims session of the 2023 NCAA Division I Women’s Championships, the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly will all be contested.


Taylor Ruck on 200 Free Win, Being a “fifth-year granny”

Ruck shares that she was happy to grab points for Stanford and that not hitting a best time is just “more fuel to the fire.”


Lydia Jacoby on 100 Breast Win: “I knew that I could win it”

Jacoby details how she strategized her race, taking her time going out and setting herself up for a great second 50 yards.


Walsh Sisters on Winning More NCAA Titles Together

“It makes every race just like that much sweeter,” said Gretchen, “every title, every record, especially when you’re on a relay with your big sister.”

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NOVA’s Nathan Szobota Drops 4:18.38 in the 500 Free, Fastest 15-Year-Old of All-Time

Nathan Szobota was at it again, becoming the fastest 15-year-old of all-time in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:18.38 at the NCSA Spring Championships.


Kate Douglass on 100 Fly Victory: “I was pretty shocked”

Douglass shares how it felt to touch the wall first, knowing beforehand how tight it would be between her and second place finisher, LSU’s Maggie MacNeil.


2023 DI Women’s NCAA Championships: Day 3 Relay Split Analysis

Alex Walsh (pictured) had a big 56.79 breast split to help Virginia win their second-straight NCAA title in the women’s 400 medley relay.


Kaii Winkler Swims 1:33.28 200-Yard Free To Become #2 All-Time In U.S. 15-16 Age Group

The only swimmer in Winkler’s age group that remains faster than him is Maximus Williamson, who holds the 15-16 NAG at 1:33.07.

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Gretchen Walsh Goes 48.26, Breaks 100 Back NCAA Record By Nearly Half A Second (VIDEO)

Walsh lowered Katharine Berkoff’s old NCAA record time of 48.74 by a whopping 0.48 seconds to win her first NCAA title in the 100 back.