2023 NCAA WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- March 15-18, 2023
- Allan Jones Aquatic Center–Knoxville, Tennessee
- SCY (25 yards)
- Meet Central
- Psych Sheets
- Live Results
- SwimSwam Preview Index
- Pick ’em Contest
Listen in as Braden, YanYan, and Coleman give their event-by-event predictions for the upcoming 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships.
good discussion but i would live to see some upsets. It’s fun when a dark horse comes roaring in for a W
The potential for a 19 second relay split is really limited by the need for safe relay starts with the right team race. Need Gretchen to be in a position where she’s got nothing to lose.
What happens to our PickEm’s if Huske, MacNeil, Douglass, and Curzan are a four-way-tie in the 100 fly?
Mayhem just like the Allstate Commercials.
Outside of the distance events, this will be the fastest women’s NCAA meet in history. The races are extremely competitive. The over/under is five individual NCAA records will go down.
Such a stacked field! I have every single event being won by an Olympian or G. Walsh.
When does Sullivan’s eligibility end? Feel like she didn’t start till very late. Not fair to the others
Erica Sullivan is currently listed as a sophomore at the University of Texas.
Actually for a female distance swimmer it’s more fair to the others
I believe she mentioned in a podcast somewhere that she has three, this is her second year so I believe she has one more
This is UVA’s meet to lose.
Not sure who said this “she is only a freshman at NCAAs, so I am not picking her”. Please. She won the Olympics in high school….the biggest stage IN THE WORLD. Say she isn’t as good short course or something else but not she is a frosh at NCs!
I loved how Coleman held Braden accountable when he kept asking “I said do you think she can win” “Do you think she can win!?!” It felt like sometimes Braden was trying to cover all his bases by mentioning a bunch of people or so he won’t get emails from parents!
That may the case for the W 100 BR (SCY) but not the W 200 BR (SCY). Lydia Jacoby has been slower than Alex Walsh let alone Kate Douglass in the W 200 BR (SCY) during the 2022-2023 NCAA Season. Furthermore, Lydia Jacoby (2:25.98) has been slower than Kate Douglass (2:21.43) in the W 200 BR (LCM).
kate douglas is already MVP of the meet I already know she will throw down some monster splits!
Kate Douglass certainly has the potential to rewrite the record books.
Why are you fools disliking this? She’s already broken two INDIVIDUAL records three times this season and barely missed another. Why are people so negative on here!!! If you can swim her times come forward