The 2017 Women’s NCAA Championships will come to close tonight with finals of the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and platform diving.
This morning brings competition in the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay, and platform diving.
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.
King is the heavy favorite at this point, but Minnesota’s Kierra Smith, a Canadian Olympian, shouldn’t be counted out. With her killer back-half speed, Smith could possibly pull off an upset.
The 100 breaststroke will be a chance to watch the fastest yards swimmer in history fight to break 56, while a tight field behind her will battle for second-place points.
Escobedo set conference records of 59.02 in the 100 breast and 2:06.20 in the 200 breast. She achieved automatic NCAA Division 1 qualifying times in both breaststrokes.
2016 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM TRIALS Sunday June 26th-Sunday July 3rd, 2016 Century Link Center – Omaha, Nebraska Friday-Sunday – Prelims – 11:00…
Emily Escobedo finished third overall in the 200 breast at NCAAs this past weekend.
Watch Lilly King rock a 3:03.59 to take down Emma Reaney’s U.S. Open, American, and NCAA records by half a second.
Olivia Smoliga’s gutsy 100 free title helped Georgia win its third NCAA title in the last four years.
Indiana’s Lilly King has had a breakout freshman year, leading a field of veterans in the 200 breaststroke.
UMBC holds of New Hampshire and takes 2016 conference title for second straight year.
UMBC’s depth gives them the lead for the first time at the 2016 American East Conference Championships.
New Hampshire continue to score big on night 2 of American East Conference.
Meet records fall on day 1 of the American East Conference Championships.