With a jump from 8 to 10 teams in the league, and an expansion from 7 meets to 27, there is going to be a dramatic rise in the need for athletes…
As we tick down the days to the 2020 Women’s NCAA Championships, keep track of all our event-by-event previews and winner picks here.
The 100 fly is one of the most anticipated showdowns, featuring 2 women tied as the NCAA Record holders and a 3rd who holds the American Record.
Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil, the reigning NCAA Champion, made history this season as the first woman to break 21 in the 50 free.
The relay of Alex Walsh, Alex Massey, Lauren Hurt, and Gretchen Walsh combined for a 1:29.6 on Friday at the Southern Premier Meet in Atlanta.
After leading Tennessee to a historic SEC title, senior Erika Brown has a great chance to close her career with an individual NCAA win in the 100 free.
Early projections have all of line 37 earning invites, with one line-38 swimmer making the cut for the 2020 NCAA D-I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Tennessee women won their first SEC title in program history, led by three dominating wins and three relay titles from senior Erika Brown.
Tennessee senior Erika Brown is sticking to her usual lineup, with the 100 fly on day 3 rather than a 200 free where she has the nation’s #1 time this season.
UVA freshman Kate Douglass will repeat her multi-discipline event lineup from ACCs at her first NCAA Championships later this month.
Those are the events she swam last season. However, Hansson did scratch the 200 IM in 2018 to swim all 5 relays, so there’s a chance we may see that again.
She tied the #3 performance all-time with a 21.03, matching Tennessee’s Erika Brown, who set the SEC Record with a 21.03 last week.
Weitzeil broke the Pac-12 Meet Record twice today. In tonight’s finals, she lowered the mark to a 21.03, tying the 3rd fastest swim in history.
Weitzeil raced to a dominant 21.09, marking the 4th fastest swim in history and taking down her Pac-12 Meet Record of 21.16 from 2019.
Tennessee head coach Matt Kredich saw from the beginning of the season that the Lady Vols had their sights firmly set on winning the school’s first SEC title.