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Greg Meehan’s Stanford women’s team has become a dynasty. In 2016-2017 and 2017-2018, the Stanford women were seemingly unbeatable
The 4 girls leading lanes (for most of the set) placed 1,2,4, and 14 at this year’s NCAAs. The 3 that were in the A final all dipped under 4:00. The 2 that went 1-2 have both held the American record (yards) at one point in this event
Greg Meehan’s past, present and future Stanford women won half the events at the Indy Pro Swim Series, including a sweep of all the freestyle events.
Arhthur Albliero’s (left) appointment as 2018 Pan Pacs women’s head coach made him the 12th-and-final coach eligible to lead the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team. The Pan Pac men’s coach Ray Looze, right, is also eligible.
For the second-straight year, NCAA Champion STANFORD sweeps the postseason women’s swimming and diving awards.
The Stanford Cardinal fulfilled all expectations at the 2018 Women’s NCAA DI Championships tonight, winning the team title by a monster 220 points
SwimSwam’s Tim Binning was on deck to capture the emotional final day of the 2018 NCAA D1 Women’s Championships.
We previously reported that Simone Manuel will not see out her NCAA eligibility, and she confirmed Saturday night that she will go pro and continue to train at Stanford.
This year, Stanford was unstoppable, sweeping the relays and finishing the meet a full 220 points ahead of second-place Cal. For that, Greg Meehan was named the Collegiate Swim Coaches’ Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Women’s Coach of the Year.
2018 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 14th – Saturday, March 17th McCorkle Aquatic Pavillion — Columbus, OH Prelims 9AM/Finals 5PM (Eastern…
Stanford racked up another 3 NCAA titles tonight, including Ella Eastin’s monster American/NCAA/US Open record in the 400 IM
SwimSwam’s Tim Binning (theswimpictures.com) caught all the action on night 1 of the 2018 Women’s NCAA Championships.
Defending champ Simone Manuel will look to go 3-for-3 in the 100 free at her final NCAA Championships.
Ben Titley has headed up a crew of Canada’s finest athletes throughout 2017, and he also coached the Canadian roster that won a historic gold as well as three bronzes in the pool.