All The Records Broken At Women’s NCAA Championships

2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

The SwimSwam team had a blast covering one of the most exciting and hard-fought Women’s NCAA Championships in recent history. Below, we’ve compiled a list of all the records broken this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia. We are encouraging our readers to list any school records clocked in the comments so the record count can be full and accounted for, but we’ll list those fresh standards as we come across them.

NCAA Records

Championship Records

American Records

U.S. Open Records

Georgia Tech McAuley Aquatic Center Pool Records

  • 800 free relay, Georgia, 6:51.80
  • 200 free relay, California, 1:26.80
  • 500 free, Leah Smith, Virginia, 4:31.33
  • 200 IM, Ella Eastin, Stanford, 1:51.65
  • 50 free, Olivia Smoliga, Georgia, 21.21
  • 400 medley relay, Stanford, 3:26.14
  • 400 IM, Ella Eastin, Stanford, 3:58.40
  • 100 fly, Kelsi Worrell, Louisville, 49.43
  • 200 free, Brittany MacLean, Georgia, 1:42.42
  • 100 breast, Lilly King, Indiana, 56.85
  • 100 back, Rachel Bootsma, California, 50.28
  • 200 medley relay, Stanford, 1:34.81
  • 1650 free, Leah Smith, Virginia, 15:32.72
  • 200 back, Danielle Galyer, Kentucky, 1:49.71
  • 100 free, Olivia Smoliga, Georgia, 46.70
  • 200 breast, Lilly King, Indiana, 2:03.59
  • 200 fly, Kelsi Worrell, Louisville, 1:50.61
  • 400 free relay, Southern California, 3:09.69

National Age Group Records

  • 17-18 100 fly, Annie Ochitwa, Arizona. 51.01
  • 17-18 100 breast, Miranda Tucker, Indiana, 58.10

School Records

Note: there’s no good universal source for school records, so we’ve done our best to chase down as many as we can. If we missed any, leave them in the comments and we’ll add them to the list.

Georgia:

  • 50 free
  • 100 free
  • 100 back
  • 800 free relay

Stanford:

  • 100 breast
  • 200 IM
  • 400 medley relay

Texas A&M:

  • 100 free (relay leadoff)
  • 200 free (relay leadoff)
  • 100 fly
  • 400 free relay

Virginia:

  • 200 fly
  • 200 free relay
  • 400 free relay

Southern California:

  • 200 free relay
  • 400 free relay
  • 800 free relay
  • 400 medley relay

Indiana:

  • 100 breast
  • 200 breast
  • 500 free
  • 400 medley relay

Louisville:

  • 50 free
  • 200 free
  • 100 fly
  • 200 fly
  • 200 medley relay
  • 400 medley relay
  • 400 free relay
  • 800 free relay

NC State:

  • 100 free
  • 500 free
  • 1650 free
  • 100 back
  • 200 back
  • 400 medley relay

Michigan:

  • 100 free
  • 1000 free
  • 1650 free
  • 200 back
  • 400 free relay

Missouri:

  • 100 back
  • 100 breast
  • 200 medley relay
  • 400 medley relay
  • 400 free relay

Arizona:

  • 100 fly

Ohio State:

  • 50 free
  • 500 free
  • 1000 free
  • 200 breast
  • 400 IM
  • 200 medley relay
  • 400 medley relay
  • 400 free relay

UCLA:

  • 50 free
  • 100 back
  • 1-Meter Diving

UNC:

  • 100 free
  • 3-M Diving

Florida:

  • 3-Meter Diving

Alabama:

  • 100 back
  • 400 medley relay
  • 800 free relay

Wisconsin:

  • 200 fly
  • 1650 free

Kentucky:

  • 200 free
  • 100 back
  • 200 back

Penn State:

  • 200 breast

Louisiana State:

  • 400 medley relay

UMBC:

  • 100 breast

Harvard:

  • 200 IM

Denver:

  • 200 IM
  • 400 IM

Iowa:

  • 100 breast
  • 200 IM

Pittsburgh:

  • 500 free

Wyoming:

  • 50 free
  • 100 breast

Rutgers:

  • 200 fly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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samuel huntington

wow, Georgia – hard to imagine all those records broken knowing what girls have been on the team in the past

Klorn8d

All those Georgia ones arent right, I know just off the top of my head Maclean herself has been faster in the 500, and didn’t Romano go 1:41 and Maclean was 1:42. Those are the only two I’m sure about but I bet some others are wrong of those are wrong

CanSwim13

Not a georgia record in:
200 free
500 free
400 IM
200 free relay
400 free relay
400 medley relay

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Stephen's swimming journey has taken him all across the Southeastern United States. Starting out at the Flowood, MS based Sunkist Swim Team, he made the transition to Auburn, AL where he competed the remainder of his high school years with Auburn Aquatics. His college career began at Daytona State College under the …

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