Texas’ Erica Sullivan posted the fastest 500 freestyle prelim time earlier today at the 2024 Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championships.
Texas’ Kelly Pash headlines the women’s 200 IM on Day 2 of the 2024 Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championships in Morgantown.
Texas and Virginia return to action this morning in Charlottesville in a shorter format with no “super finals,” but still plenty of chances for fast swims.
Despite a good chunk of their roster being absent for the Pan American Games, the Longhorns didn’t miss a beat, sweeping every event against the Horned Frogs.
Here are five (plus a couple extra) storylines that you’ll want to keep track of throughout the 2023-24 women’s DI NCAA season.
The Longhorns are facing minimal losses and they bring in an excellent freshman class along with two key fifth-year grad transfers.
Bella Sims headlines an absolutely loaded recruiting class for the Florida women, landing them the top spot in our rankings.
Where Isabelle Stadden goes, Cal goes this season as the Golden Bears bring back a much similar squad to the team that finished 11th last year.
Ava Chavez is coming off a successful senior season of high school swimming that culminated in a pair of runner-up finishes at the CIF State Championships.
Canadian freestyle specialist Mia West committed to the Bears last October and has put up some impressive LCM performances over the past couple months.
Davidson qualified for 2023 NCAAs individually and swam at the meet in 2022 as a relay-only swimmer for Cal.
The University of Virginia had the top-ranked high school recruiting class in 2019, and that remains the case four years later, led by Kate Douglass.
The first day of Women’s D1 NCAAs has arrived. In the 200 medley relay, Virginia has a chance to lower their NCAA record for the second time this season.
Last year, Virginia’s 400 free relay broke all of the records at the NCAA Championships. This year, they could make that swim look feeble.
Cal’s Alicia Wilson announced Monday morning that she will use her final year of collegiate eligibility at the University of Texas next season.