After an eventful night one at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials, more of America’s big stars will step up to the blocks for their first races including Missy Franklin, Natalie Coughlin, and Katie Ledecky.
Watch all the Louisville races from 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Louisville’s Andee Cottrell was 1 of 11 women to earn a new Olympic Trials standard on Sunday.
NC State’s Alexia Zevnik has scratched as the 16th seed form the women’s 200 IM.
The 200 medley relay is a fascinating mixture of storylines that should really center around a pair of rivalries from the Pac-12 and ACC.
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Kelsi Worrell hit the fourth-fastest 100 fly of all-time to start a three-event run of ACC Championships for Louisville on day 3.
Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavalier chase their 9th consecutive ACC title in a meet that could see conference, NCAA and even American records challenged.
Big leads from day 1 held up as the UNC Tar Heels got a pair of big ACC wins at home over the Louisville Cardinals.
The two-day dual meet between the UNC Tar Heels and Louisville Cardinals has North Carolina leading at home in both the men’s and women’s meets in surprisingly dominant efforts.
The Louisville Cardinal women have had their rise into the NCAA’s upper tier powered by their current upperclassmen – Kelsi Worrell and Andee Cottrell (pictured), among others – but it’s their freshman class that has them looking even more exciting in 2015-2016.
This weekend saw several swims that top the NCAA charts this season. At the SMU Classic, Andee Cottrell’s 200 breast and Kelsi Worrell’s 100 free are both top in the nation. Texas and Florida International competed in multiple dual meets won each meet that they contested this weekend.
Andee Cottrell blasted a new NCAA-leading 200 breast time as the Louisville Cardinals took home the trophy at the women’s SMU Classic.
The Louisville Cardinals were unstoppable on night 1 of the 2015 Women’s SMU Classic, hitting the NCAA’s first automatic relay qualifying standard of the year and winning 7 of 9 events to take the early lead.
There was a lot of emotion in Louisville when Kelsi Worrell broke the American record in the 100 fly on Day Two of NCAA Division I Championships.