Scoring Out The 2015 NCAA DI Psych Sheet – Women’s Edition

Early Tuesday morning, the NCAA released their pre-cut psych sheets for the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championships. At the NCAA Championships, only the top 16 swimmers in each event scores points. Points are doubled for relay events.

After scoring out the meet without diving, the California Golden Bears are the favorite to win the meet by 137 points over the Georgia Bulldogs. Based on the psych sheet, Cal is expected to score in every event except the 100 breaststroke. Their biggest event on paper is the 200 IM, with 54 points. They also have 6 other events where they are expected to score at least 40 points as a team.

Georgia will be competing for their third consecutive NCAA title and 7th NCAA title in program history. The Cal Bears are going for their fourth national championship in program history. The last time they won an NCAA title as a team was 2012.

This list will change around a little bit once diving scores can be added in. With three diving events at the NCAA Championships, a good diver or two can make a huge impact.

Below is a breakdown of the points awarded for each event at the NCAA Championships:

A Final Points For Individual Events

1. 20 (40 relays)
2. 17 (34 relays)
3. 16 (32 relays)
4. 15 (30 relays)
5. 14 (28 relays)
6. 13 (26 relays)
7. 12 (24 relays)
8. 11 (22 relays)

B Final Points For Individual Events

1. 9 (18 relays)
2. 7 (14 relays)
3. 6 (12 relays)
4. 5 (10 relays)
5. 4 (8 relays)
6. 3 (6 relays)
7. 2 (4 relays)
8. 1 (2 relays)

This list is based off of the NCAA’s Pre-cut psych sheet published on the morning of Tuesday, March 3rd. Click here to view that psych sheet. The 2015 Women’s NCAA Championships will take place in Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Aquatic Center from March 19th to the 21st.

Rank Teams Points
1 California 505
2 Georgia 368
3 Stanford 309
4 Virginia 295
5 Texas A&M 220
6 Florida 193
7 USC 161
8 Louisville 160
9 Tennessee 130
10 Wisconsin 129
11 Indiana 123
12 Texas 100
13 Michigan 98
14 Minnesota 82
15 Auburn 67
16 NC State 63
17 Arizona 62
18 Kentucky 50
19 SDSU 46
20 Missouri 44.5
21 Alabama 39
22 UCLA 35.5
23 Notre Dame 34
24 Penn St 31
25 FSU 26
26 UNC 26
27 SMU 24
28 FGCU 18
29 Nevada 17
30 Denver 16
31 Virginia Tech 16
32 Rice 14
33 Purdue 12
34 Kansas 11
35 Oregon St 10
36 LSU 8
37 Arkansas 6.5
38 Ohio St 6.5
39 Iowa 5
40 Cincinnati 4

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Pelton switched out the 200 free for the 100 back?

higher seed

I think the Bears have higher depth in the 200 free. Go Bears!

Why is UNC so low when they were undefeated in the dual season ACC and wer runner ups in ACC champs.

Because they only have 1 girl who is a legitimate scorer at the meet?

Being undefeated in dual meets has little bearing on the NCAA standings.

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