Olivia Smoliga’s gutsy 100 free title helped Georgia win its third NCAA title in the last four years.
After an incredible career swimming for the Virginia Cavaliers, backstroke sensation Courtney Bartholomew is ready to hang up her goggles
Danielle Galyer has made Kentucky Wildcast history in the women’s 200 backstroke final on Saturday.
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for NCAAs, snapped some quality shots from Saturday’s prelims. Check out the pictures below for a glimpse of the action that occurred this morning (Danielle Galyer featured above).
Bartholomew was second in 50.73, adding a tenth from her prelims swim. Continually among the top contenders, the Virginia senior has always been just a tick behind Bootsma in this event
2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 16 – Saturday, March 19 McAuley Aquatic Center – Atlanta, GA Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM…
American records are on the line in droves on day 3 between Kelsi Worrell’s 100 fly, Lilly King’s 100 breast, Courtney Bartholomew & co. in the 100 back and Stanford’s 200 medley relay.
Cal’s Rachel Bootsma raced to an NCAA title ahead of a loaded 100 back field during Friday finals at the 2016 Women’s NCAA Championships. The senior finished her last collegiate 100 backstroke with a time of 50.28, the 6th fastest performance of all time.
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for NCAAs, snapped some quality shots from Friday’s prelims. Check out the pictures below for a glimpse of the action that occurred this morning, including Lilly King’s record-breaking performance and Kelsi Worrell’s scary close American Record swim (Ally Howe featured above).
Kelsi Worrell’s 100 fly will be one of many swims chasing history on day 3 of the 2016 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Georgia Bulldogs enter Day 2 of NCAAs with a slight lead after Hali Flickinger, Kylie Stewart, Meaghan Raab, and Brittany MacLean (featured above) posted a 6:51.80 in last night’s 800 free relay timed finals.
Just hours away from the Women’s Division I NCAA Championships starting up, we’re taking a look at the results of our annual Pick ‘Em contest to see who you, the SwimSwam readers, are favoring.
Who’s our pick as Women’s NCAA team champion this week?
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.
This season, a pair of freshman are up to challenge Leverenz’s 1:51.77. Those freshman are Stanford’s Ella Eastin and Cal’s Kathleen Baker.