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Tennessee’s Erika Brown wasn’t even an individual qualifier for NCAAs last season, but now she’s got her eyes on the 100 fly title.
Simone Manuel will be key for Stanford to defend their 400 medley relay title over Cal, who were DQed last year after out-touching the Cardinal.
The NCAA Championships will pit the American Record holder, Abbey Weitzeil, against the reigning NCAA champion and NCAA Record holder, Stanford’s Simone Manuel, in the 50 free.
As we tick down the days to the 2018 Women’s NCAA Championships, keep track of all our event-by-event previews and winner picks here.
Katie McLaughlin has taken over for the now-graduated Farida Osman on Cal’s 200 free relay.
Defending champ Simone Manuel will look to go 3-for-3 in the 100 free at her final NCAA Championships.
Last week, I scored out the D1 women‘s pre selection psych sheet. This exercise gives us some idea of how…
Every year swimmers and their parents contemplate the college journey ahead. What no one tells you is that less than 10% of high school swimmers end up swimming in college.
Tennessee’s Erika Brown’s #1 seed in the 100 fly is one of 5 held by the sophomore class at this year’s NCAA Championship meet.
For the second time this year, the Tennessee women are our biggest risers in the Power Ranks.
Brown is only the 2nd woman in history to break the 50 second barrier in the 100 fly. Moreover, Brown split 49.11 100 fly on the medley relay, the fastest split in history. Can Brown surpass Kelsi Worrell‘s American Record, 49.43?
Tennessee earned Qualifying Standards in all 5 relays, including 4 with breakout star Erika Brown.
One of the big questions after Caeleb Dressel’s outstanding showing at the SEC meet surrounds his NCAA schedule.
Caeleb Dressel wasn’t the only versatile sprinter to explode at SECs. Say hello to Tennessee’s Erika Brown.