Katharine Berkoff returns for her fifth year of eligibility to lead the NC State Wolfpack in their pursuit of a top-three NCAA finish.
After missing last year’s U.S. International Team by less than a tenth in the 100 breast, reigning Olympic champ Lydia Jacoby has been on a revenge tour.
The University of Virginia had the top-ranked high school recruiting class in 2019, and that remains the case four years later, led by Kate Douglass.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships, won dominantly by the Virginia Cavaliers.
Kate Douglass lived up to the billing and then some as the top-ranked recruit coming out of the girls’ high school class of 2019.
Claire Curzan takes on the 100 fly/100 back double, both of which are shaping up to be tight races, on Day 3 of Women’s D1 NCAAs.
Texas freshman Lydia Jacoby’s comeback win in the 100-yard breaststroke on Friday night catapulted her inside the top 10 rankings of all-time performers.
This morning’s action will include prelims of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
The first day of Women’s D1 NCAAs has arrived. In the 200 medley relay, Virginia has a chance to lower their NCAA record for the second time this season.
As is the case with most of the relays at this year’s NCAAs, Virginia’s 400 medley relay quartet is simply a step above the rest of the competition.
The all-star quartet of Gretchen Walsh, Alex Walsh, Lexi Cuomo and Kate Douglass give UVA a massive edge over the field in the women’s 200 medley relay.
Kaitlyn Dobler aims to repeat as the 100 breast champion, but Texas’ duo of Lydia Jacoby and Anna Elendt will be hard to overcome.
UVA sophomore Reilly Tiltmann will seek a successful ACC title defense on Saturday in the women’s 200 backstroke.
Katharine Berkoff (pictured) is the American record holder in the women’s 100 back, and looks to win her fourth ACC title in a row in the event.