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Brooke Forde returns to defend her 2019 crown, holding the best time of anyone in the field by at least a half-second at 4:31.34.
The NCAA has released its official psych sheets (along with the invite line) for the 2020 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
The NCAA has released its psych sheets for the 2020 Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, with cutlines to follow later this week.
Early projections have all of line 37 earning invites, with one line-38 swimmer making the cut for the 2020 NCAA D-I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Forde will swim the 200 breast instead of the 200 fly. At Pac-12s, Forde won her 2nd individual title in the 200 breast with a new best time.
Stanford had several first-time individual champions at this meet. In fact, every single swimming champion for the Cardinal had never won individually before.
After winning the race with the Pac-12 Meet Record as a freshman with Cal, now-senior Cierra Runge of ASU looks to return to the top of the podium in the mile
Stanford’s Allie Raab will look to sweep the breaststroke events after taking the 100 breast title last night. Teammate Zoe Bartel, however, is the top seed.
USC senior Louise Hansson, the reigning NCAA Champion and NCAA Record holder, will race for her 4th-straight Pac-12 title in tonight’s 100 fly final.
USC’s Laticia Transom, who put up the fastest split of the field in the 800 free relay, swims the individual 200 free today.
Stanford had 3 swimmers scratch the 200 free. Nordmann and Voss will compete in the 100 back, while Forde will swim the 400 IM.
The Arizona State women have the top 3 seeds for the 500 free, led by Emma Nordin, who set a lifetime best in prelims as the top qualifier.
Cal’s American Record holder Abbey Weitzeil, the fastest woman in history, will compete in prelims of the 50 free this morning.