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Through the feet, a look back at the first day of the 2014 NCAA Championships.
Lia Neal’s huge anchor leg pushed Stanford past Texas A&M to break American and NCAA records.
Three of the top contenders will look to star freshmen to power their programs to the top of the podium at the final event of the NCAA Championships.
The very first event of the 2014 NCAA Championships will go a long way in telling who showed up to swim and who doesn’t look ready for the bright lights and intense pressure of a national championship final. Look for top-seeded Georgia to set the tone early.
The 100 fly could go any number of ways over the top 16 – Ellese Zalewski and Dani Barbiea come in tied for the top seed after big November performances.
The women’s 100 backstroke field, which includes 2011 and 2012 NCAA champion Cindy Tran, is the deepest and fastest we’ve ever seen.
Thanks in part to some untimely Cal DQ’s, Felicia Lee and the Stanford Cardinal enter day 3’s finals session with a lead at the Pac-12 Championships. She’s the top seed headed into the 100 fly early in the meet and will look to help Stanford maintain their lead.
USC’s Stina Gardell leads a strong group of 200 IM’ers into tonight’s Pac-12 final.
Stanford will look to defend their 2013 title against very strong Cal and USC teams.
Stanford women’s head coach Greg Meehan has his team in a good position going into the 2014 Pac-12 Championships in a couple of weeks.
Missy Franklin won 3 events, but Stanford swam away with a decisive victory less than 2 weeks out of the Pac-12 Championships.
Felicia Lee won a pair of touchouts, as did her teammate Maya DiRado. Those close races powered Stanford past top-ranked Cal at home in the final dual of the season for both squads.
Stanford swimmer Felicia Lee has won her 2nd Pac-12 Swimmer of the Month award of the season.
Stanford and USC went into todays duel both undefeated, but the Cardinal handed the Trojans their first loss, 170-130. (Photo: Tim Binning)