The University of Wisconsin has released its women’s schedule for the upcoming NCAA season. Their fall schedule is similar to…
If Stanford aims to complete a sweep of all five relays at NCAAs, the 200 free relay might be their toughest test. In a way, that’s good for the Cardinal, as it comes at the beginning of day 2, just the second swimming event of the meet. On the other hand, it could mean a big momentum swing that affects the remainder of the meet for every team in contention for the title.
We’ve previewed each individual event for the women’s NCAA Championships, now it’s time to turn our focus to the broader issue of the NCAA team champion. Here’s our final predictions of the top 25 in the NCAA finish order.
The women’s splash-and-dash at the 2017 NCAA Championships brings a highly anticipated battle between Simone Manuel, Abbey Weitzeil, and Olivia Smoliga.
The Michigan team took their second title in two years tonight at the conclusion of the Big Ten Women’s Swimming Championships
This morning, Kierra Smith set a pool record with 2:06.81 in the 200 breast.
After a surprise win in the 200 IM resulting from a DQ, Lilly King will look to add to her haul today as the overwhelming favorite in the 100 breaststroke.
Olympic gold medalist Lilly King is the top seed in tonight’s women’s 200 IM at the Big Ten Championships. King and the Hoosiers are looking to keep pace with the Michigan Wolverines.
Ohio State’s Li Zhesi popped a championship record of 21.75 in the women’s 50 free prelims.
The women of Minnesota took down the Big Ten record in the 200 medley relay to take the conference title tonight.
2017 B1G WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 15th to Saturday, February 18th | Prelims 11am | Finals 6:30pm Purdue University, West…
Siobhan Haughey is a big reason why the Michigan women are primed to defend their Big Ten crown next weekend at Purdue.
Cannon Clifton set four pool records on Senior Day for the Badgers
Dylan Carter’s 19.69 win in the 50 freestyle was one of many fast swims on display Friday afternoon at the Uytengsu Aquatic Center
U.S. Olympians Jay Litherland , Chase Kalisz, and Gunnar Bentz each picked up an individual event victory for the Georgia men.