This morning’s prelims are going to be short and sweet, at least for the first half of the morning.
Olivia Smoliga’s gutsy 100 free title helped Georgia win its third NCAA title in the last four years.
The Tennessee women enter the A-Final as the top seed in the 200 free relay.
This season, the Golden Bears have a good chance at repeating as champions in this event and making another run at the record. They’re the only team that’s been under 1:27 so far in 2016, entering the meet with their 1:26.77 from Pac-12s.
Stanford enters the 2016 NCAA Championships as the defending champions in the 400 freestyle relay and the top seed with a 3:11.44. If they want to defend that title, they’ll have to fend off some tough competition from Cal, USC, and NC State.
Watch USC’s Coach Dave Salo, Chelsea Chenault and Kristen Vose talk about winning the Trojans’ first-ever Pac-12 swimming championship title.
USC was successful in capturing their first Pac-12 Championship as a team this weekend. The Trojans finished 1st after a hard fought battle with the Stanford women, who were 2nd overall.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin torched the field’s best 200 free split on the 800 free relay last night, and she’ll have her hand at the 200 IM this morning, where she comes in as the top seed.
A number of stars have cleared out of the Pac-12 since last year, but Olympian Lia Neal leads a loaded Stanford crew looking to knock off defending NCAA champs Cal.
ESPNU’s “The Twelve Days of Christmas” song features a septet of USC Trojans as the aseven swans a-swimming.
Madisyn Cox of Texas won the 200 IM at tonight’s Texas Invite, hitting the fastest time in the NCAA this season and leading the way for many strong swims.
Arizona men win 172-126 over USC; USC women defeat Arizona 156-144.
After a strong sophomore season, Chelsea Chenault (in pool) will lead USC into what is expected to be a much improved team in 2015-2016
Jordan Wilimovsky (above) took the top seed for finals of the men’s 1500 by almost ten seconds tonight.
Katie McLaughlin and Kathleen Baker are two of many reasons why the Cal Bears class sits at the top