TritonWear and SwimSwam bring you the best in swimming race analysis for the 2018 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming and Diving Championships.
Hansson scratched the 200 IM, where she was the #16-seed, but is the #2 seed in both the 100 and 200 fly later in the meet.
Katie Ledecky dominated the anchor leg for Stanford in 1:39.87 to help the Cardinal defend their title. Louisville’s Mallory Comerford put up the fastest split of the night, though, with a 1:39.14 on the 2nd leg.
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.
Katie Ledecky will look to lead Stanford to a second straight NCAA title in the 800 free relay.
Defending champion Mallory Comerford of Louisville could become the second woman to ever break 1:40. Though Ledecky will be absent this time around, fellow Stanford swimmer Simone Manuel will look to give Comerford a run for her money. We may see another tight battle given that their best times are only a hundredth apart.
Defending champ Simone Manuel will look to go 3-for-3 in the 100 free at her final NCAA Championships.
The Michigan Wolverines took the crown at the 2018 B1G Women’s Championships, dominating the meet with 1,465 points.
Red-hot Beata Nelson and Siobhan Haughey return as #1 seeds, while Lilly King is set to defend her national title.
Ohio State’s Zhesi Li will go for her third individual title on day 4 at B1G Ten’s in the 100 free.
Lilly King will be hunting down a third consecutive B1G title in the 100 breaststroke tonight.
Minnesota’s Lindsey Kozelsky is expected to qualify through to tonight’s 100 breast A final.
Lilly King was a key member of Indiana’s record breaking 200 medley relay on night 1.
G Ryan will lead Michigan as they search for their third-straight B1G title later this month.
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