The Georgia Bulldog women reloaded in a big way, and they spent Saturday night celebrating their back-to-back NCAA titles.
Nation’s Capital went 3:12.58 to break the 15-18 National Age Group record set by SwimMAC, with Carsten Vissering (pictured above) joining John Shebat, Andrew Seliskar and James Jones.
Emma Reaney dominated a tough 200 breast field to win an NCAA title for Notre Dame and re-break her own American and NCAA records in the event, knocking on the door of the first-ever 2:03.
Georgia swimmer Chantal Van Landeghem was chosen as the recipient of the Elite 89 Award during the NCAA Championships on Saturday at the University Aquatic Center.
Georgia’s Brittany MacLean swam a race for the history books earlier in the meet in the 500 free, and that wasn’t…
Michael Thomas (pictured above), Wyatt Amdor, Jake Sannem and Michael Jensen broke the 15-16 National Age Group record with a 3:01.01 at the Middle Atlantic Senior State Championships.
Simone Manuel cracked 22 in the 50 free for the first time in her career and made it a memorable barrier-breaking, smashing the 17-18 National Age Group record in the process.
Cammile Adams (right) and Maya DiRado (left) will battle it out in the meet’s final individual event – the 200 fly. They both represented the U.S. in that event at the 2013 World Championships.
Andrew Seliskar dominated the 200 IM and returned to put up a key leg on NCAP’s record-breaking 400 medley relay at the end of night 5 at NCSA Junior Nationals.
Women’s 100 Back – FINALS – Reported by Braden Keith Texas A&M senior Paige Miller, who we didn’t even pick to…
Live Updates will be made on this Post throughout the night recapping each event as it goes on.
Women’s D1 NCAA Day 3 Ups/Downs and projected final scores: A&M makes late charge, Stanford still second
Breeja Larson and the Aggies followed up a big Friday night with an even better Saturday morning, picking up 26 points from their seeds and have an outside shot to enter the battle for second with one more great session.
Stanford’s Maya DiRado snagged her third final in tonight’s 200 butterfly on her run at 3 individual NCAA titles.
This is the pennultimate session of the Men’s and Women’s 2014 NCAA Championship, and it’s also one of the longest…
Cal’s Missy Franklin will look to sneak down to the 100 free on Saturday to compete with a whole new set of opponents like Margo Geer and Kasey Carlson