Ledecky won all 3 of her individual races with new Pool Records in all 3. Even more impressive, though, was the fact that 2 of her records came in back-to-back events.
Ledecky started off with a back-to-back double, winning the 1000 free in 9:20.41. She returned to the pool immediately after for the 200 free, putting up a blistering 1:43.09 to outpace teammate Simone Manuel (1:44.04).
This weekend will mark the final home meets for four seniors as No. 2 Stanford women’s swimming and diving welcomes…
Freshman Katie Drabot had a standout performance on Friday night as the Stanford Cardinal beat Arizona State on the road.
Now that the 2nd round of 2016 midseason invites for NCAA teams are in the books, we’ve put together a list of the top NCAA swimmers in each women’s event up to this point.
While a few big invites are yet to come, namely the Georgia Fall Invite and Texas Invite, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 swimmers in each event from the invites that have been swum so far.
Ledecky came home like a train with a 52.2 freestyle split, but Eastin held on for the in in 4:00.36 to Ledecky’s 4:00.65.
Ella Eastin, a Stanford sophomore, raced to victory in the 200 IM, clocking a 1:54.06 to outpace Kentucky Freshman Asia Seidt, who finished 2nd in 1:55.33.
Ledecky swam to a 9:10.49 to break the 26-year-old Pool Record of 9:30.69 set by Janet Evans. She then went on to break her own Pool Record in the 500 free, clocking a 4:33.94.
The Texas women will take on a tough schedule this weekend, facing Cal and Stanford in a pair of back-to-back dual meets in northern California
The depth of the Stanford women’s team was in full display as they swept half of the events in the meet lineup to win their season-opener against Oregon State.
The Cardinal team is packed with stars this season, including Ella Eastin, Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, and Lia Neal, who could make up a scary-good 800 free relay.
2016 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM TRIALS Sunday June 26th-Sunday July 3rd, 2016 Century Link Center – Omaha, Nebraska Friday-Sunday – Prelims – 11:00…
This morning, Sun churned out a very strong 3:43.55, the 2nd-ranked time in the world this year.
Greg absolutely knows what he’s doing, and has created a culture that his athletes have embraced 100% and now execute seamlessly