Through just two NCAA meets, Virginia’s Kate Douglass leads her class with a staggering 114 individual points scored.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships, which UVA won in decisive fashion.
Regan Smith of Stanford will attempt to win both the 200 back and 200 fly on Day 4 at 2022 NCAA Women’s Championships.
Kate Douglass of Virginia is the top seed in the 200 breast on Saturday morning in Atlanta.
Virginia junior Kate Douglass broke the American, U.S. Open, NCAA, meet, and pool records in the 50 free in prelims with 20.87.
Virginia sophomore Alex Walsh is the top seed in the 200 IM tonight heading into finals by over a second. Walsh won the event last year in a time of 1:51.87.
Douglass broke the U.S. Open, American and NCAA Records by clocking 20.87 in the 50 free prelims at the Women’s NCAA Championships.
The Virginia women are favored to win both the NCAA team title and the 400 free relay, but a revamped Stanford group might have something to say about that.
After swimming the fastest time in history at ACCs, the Virginia women are set up for a clear victory in the 200 free relay at NCAAs.
Although she’s not the #1 seed, Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil is the favorite in this event.
Ruck leads the re-loaded Stanford 800 freestyle relay. She threw down a 1:39 split in 2019, which is the last time the Cardinal won this relay at NCAA’s.
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks will have all eyes on him in the men’s 100 freestyle after becoming the fastest freshman in the 50 free earlier in the meet.
Urlando held the fastest time in the NCAA before Nicolas Albiero swam at ACC Champs. The Alabama women broke another SEC record with fast reaction times.
Rhyan White (50.44), Avery Wiseman (58.02), Morgan Scott (51.07) and Cora Dupre (47.11) combined to break the SEC Record in the 400 medley relay (3:26.64).