VIDEO: Women’s NCAA Press Conference: Cal Coach McKeever, Olympians Rachel Bootsma and Missy Franklin
Tomorrow, the 2014 Women’s NCAAs begin in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Today, at the press conference, three schools spoke. In this post:…
Missy Franklin: ““I think for everyone on the team, when we put the California cap on there is so much more meaning behind it than just putting on a regular cap. For me, it is very similar to having an American flag on my cap.”
Mikayla Beuch of UWL suffered a dislocated elbow in the prelims of the 50 freestyle at the DIII NCAA championships.
After prelims of the first day of the NCAA DIII National Championships, it’s impossible to think anything but how fast this meet has gotten. After jockeying for place, Denison has 9 swims for the men tonight to Kenyon’s 6. Emory and Kenyon’s women both have 9 returning swims tonight. As points go up, the energy in this place does too…
2004 Olympic gold medalist in the 800 free relay and silver medalist in the 400 free relay Rachel Komisarz-Baugh has been named…
First Colony’s Simone Manuel is the runaway top seed in the 100 free. Meanwhile Sam McHugh and Michael Andrew nabbed a pair of high seeds and will meet in the 200 fly.
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A quick run down of the athletes that qualified for finals on day 1 of the 2014 NCAA D3 National Championships.
14-year old professional swimmer Michael Andrew has signed his second major endorsement deal in June of 2013, inking a contract for sponsorship with Mutual of Omaha, a mutual insurance and financial services company based in Omaha, Nebraska.
Robert Bernhardt outside the London Olympic Pool.
Breeja Larson is the two-time defending champion in this event; she just set the NCAA record at SECs, how much faster can she get?
Missy Franklin is a scary sight for opposing teams in this relay, but Georgia has their own dominant line-up, led by Shannon Vreeland, to help counter Cal’s Bears.
Allison Schmitt (left) and Megan Romano led Georgia to the NCAA title last year. This season, two different seniors, Melanie Margalis (right) and Shannon Vreeland will try to defend that title.