Stanford Reverts to NCAA Record 400 Medley Relay Lineup for Finals

2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Stanford Cardinal have reverted to their NCAA-record setting 400 medley relay for finals on day 2 of the 2016 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.

The Cardinal swapped their relay from the Pac-12 Championships to prelims on Thursday, but have gone back to the lineup of Ally HoweSarah HaaseJanet Hu, and Lia Neal for finals.

The Virginia Cavaliers, who this morning used their top front-half and sloughed the back-half of their relay, have also reverted to their best lineup of Courtney BartholomewLaura SimonKaitlyn Jones and Ellen Thomas for finals. Virginia was under American record pace after two legs in prelims.

There were no other relay changes in finals, including Cal, who left Amy Bilquist in as their backstroker over Rachel Bootsma.

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Looking at the results, it seems as if their plan worked with a new record to show for it.

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