The 2016 Women’s NCAA Championships ended Saturday night with a whole slew of broken records and whether it was a NCAA, Championship, American, U.S. Open or school record, SwimSwam has them listed for you.
Louisville’s Andee Cottrell was 1 of 11 women to earn a new Olympic Trials standard on Sunday.
Just 1 out of 279 entrants correctly predicted that Kentucky’s Danielle Galyer would win the 100 backstroke on day 4.
No more NAG records for Miss Ledecky, who turned 19 this week.
Galyer roared home, though, for Kentucky’s first NCAA swimming title of all-time, going 1:49.71 and becoming just the 10th woman ever under 1:50 in the event
Olivia Smoliga’s gutsy 100 free title helped Georgia win its third NCAA title in the last four years.
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).
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Virginia’s Courtney Barthlomew (pictured) represents the established stars, Cal’s Amy Bilquist the rising young talent in a thick 200 backstroke field.
Pace Clark set a new SEC and pool record this morning with 1:40.70 in the men’s 200 fly.
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Danielle Galyer won both backstrokes as well as the 200 IM for the Wildcats on Friday.
Danielle Galyer (above) turned in the top time in the 500 free in today’s dual.
Look here for race videos from this weekend’s dual between in-state rivals Louisville and Kentucky.