Video produced by Coleman Hodges. Reported by Tony Carroll. 400 FREESTYLE RELAY – FINALS NCAA – 3:09.40 – Georgia –…
Virginia led for 399.9 yards of the 400 medley relay
Missy Franklin: “I’m so excited for the next couple days to make so many more memories. I’ve grown as a person, I’ve grown as an athlete and I’m just so grateful for the opportunities and the challenges I’ve had to help me do that.”
It’s a dawg party again, at least it is according to the CSCAA’s voting committee. The 2014 NCAA Champions top the rankings January 29th, 2015.
Harvey Humphries, one of the best-kept secrets in swimming, stepped into the spotlight in 2014 and led Georgia to a National Championship.
Defending CSCAA Division I Women’s Coach of the Year Greg Meehan (center) gives an inside look at how he’s having success at Stanford.
“It is an honor to be offered the position at Stanford University,” said Jeffrey. “The university has the best athletic department in the country and continued success in swimming and diving. I’m very excited to be a part of it.”
Stanford’s Maya DiRado won a pair of NCAA individual titles, and for her whole season was named the conference’s Female Swimmer of the Year.
Greg Meehan (center) accepts his CSCAA Coach of the Year award with his assistant coaches. (Video Courtesy: SwimSwam.com)
What a great NCAAs for the Stanford team. Coach Greg Meehan was selected as Coach of the Year, and Olympian…
Stanford’s Maya DiRado snagged her third final in tonight’s 200 butterfly on her run at 3 individual NCAA titles.
Maddy talks about how the 200 yard freestyle relay (Maddy, Lia Neal, Felicia Lee, and Katie Olsen) won the national…
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.
The Stanford women’s swimming and diving team received committments from seven recruits for 2014-15, head coach Greg Meehan announced today. The recruits consist of six swimmers and one diver, hailing from five states.