The team of Courtney Bartholomew, Katie Meili, Kelsi Worrell, and Simone Manuel combined to win the 400 medley relay and break the world record.
Georgia’s Hali Flickinger did some damage to the NCAA A cut lists over the weekend at the UGA Invite. See who else made cuts over the weekend.
Hali Flickinger’s turned in two of many nationally-ranking swims from this morning’s prelims.
Ryan Murphy led off Cal’s 400 medley relay with the first sub-45 100 backstroke time of the season.
Leah Smith led a blazing fast session this morning as the 2015 Georgia Fall Invitational got underway.
Kelsi Worrell is expected to crush records of all kinds in the butterfly events at NCAAs this season.
Anders Nielsen helped lead the Michigan men to a dominant victory against Virginia and Penn State this weekend in Ann Arbor.
Dylan Bosch posted two NCAA-leading times as the Michigan men lead against both Penn State and Virginia after the first day of this weekend’s meet.
A crazy season in the NCAA with Olympic redshirts, freshmen deferrals and underclassmen turning pro has just about everything breaking in favor of Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavaliers.
On Friday morning at U.S. Nationals, we’ll get our first look at Michael Phelps, who will swim the 200 fly prelims as the 8th seed. He’ll have to take on Jack Conger, the American record holder in yards, in his heat.
Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell added another feather in her cap after her stellar junior season, earning ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors.
Rachel Bootsma had a resurgent 2015 season, and that momentum joined by a devastating recruiting class make Cal the early favorite picks for the 2016 NCAA title, pending one major enrollment decision elsewhere in the Pac-12.
Video produced by Coleman Hodges. Reported by Tony Carroll. 200 BACKSTROKE – FINALS NCAA – 1:47.84 – Liz Pelton, California –…
After becoming the best 50 and 100 flyer in history on Friday, Kelsi Worrell erased any doubt that she’s the best all-around flyer in the country, winning the 200 fly with a two-second drop.
There was a lot of emotion in Louisville when Kelsi Worrell broke the American record in the 100 fly on Day Two of NCAA Division I Championships.