Stanford Extends All-Time Women’s NCAA Team Titles Total to 11

2019 WOMEN’S DIVISION I NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Wednesday, March 20th – Saturday, March 23rd
  • Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center — Austin, Texas
  • Prelims 9 a.m./Finals 5 p.m. (Central Time)
  • Defending Champion: Stanford (2x) – 2018 results
  • Championship Central
  • Psych Sheet

The Stanford women earned their 3rd-consecutive team title at the 2019 NCAA championships, extending their all-time total to 11. Stanford now adds their 2019 title to their wins from 1983, 1989, 1992-1996, 1998, 2017 & 2018.

Total Team Championships

Rank Team Titles
1 Stanford 11
T-2 Texas 7
T-2 Georgia 7
4 Auburn 5
5 Cal 4
6 Florida 2
T-7 Arizona 1
T-7 USC 1

*Note: The first women’s NCAA meet was not held until 1982

The Stanford women also extended their total individual titles won total to 176, maintaining their first place spot. Cal’s 4 titles won at the NCAA meet aided them to 4th all-time with 74 titles, surpassing Texas’ now-72 titles won. Beata Nelson‘s 3-for-3 meet gave Wisconsin 3 more titles to tie them for 21st all-time, moving up from 40th overall. UCLA also earned a diving title to now become one of 35 teams with mutliple individual champions. Ally McHugh earned Penn State’s first ever individual title, becoming the 49th team with an individual title to their name.

Total Individual Titles

Team 2018 Total 2019 Titles New Total Rank
Stanford 173 3 176 1
Cal 70 4 74 4
Texas 71 1 72 5
USC 43 2 45 7
Indiana 12 2 14 10
Minnesota 9 1 10 T-12
Tennessee 7 1 8 T-15
Louisville 6 2 8 T-15
Wisconsin 1 3 4 T-21
UCLA 1 1 2 T-29
Penn State 0 1 1 T-40

*Relays count as one, diving is included

Updated Team Championships Won
Rank Team Titles
1 Stanford 176
2 Florida 90
3 Georgia 78
4 Cal 74
5 Texas 72
6 Arizona 49
7 USC 45
8 Auburn 32
9 SMU 29
10 Indiana 14
11 North Carolina 11
12 Michigan 10
12 Texas A&M 10
12 Minnesota 10
15 Tennessee 8
15 Louisville 8
17 Houston 7
18 Virginia 6
19 Nevada 5
19 Ohio St. 5
21 Clemson 4
21 Columbia 4
21 Hawaii 4
21 LSU 4
21 Miami (FL) 4
21 Wisconsin 4
27 Arizona St. 3
27 BYU 3
27 Kansas 3
30 Alabama 2
30 Arkansas 2
30 IUPUI 2
30 Kentucky 2
30 Michigan St. 2
30 Northwestern 2
30 Villanova 2
30 UCLA 2
38 Cincinnati 1
38 Colorado St. 1
38 Duke 1
38 Furman 1
38 Nebraska 1
38 NC State 1
38 Notre Dame 1
38 Oregon St. 1
38 Purdue 1
38 South Carolina 1
38 Southern Ill. 1
38 Penn St. 1

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Nick Pecoraro

Nick Pecoraro has had a huge passion for swimming since his first dive in the pool. He joined the sport at age 11 and instantly became drawn to the sport. He was a breaststroker and IMer when competing, but still uses the sport as his go-to cardio. As a kinesiology …

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