Stanford continues to add to its arsenal heading into the women’s NCAA Championships. Kassidy Cook earned a reimbursement slot and Haley Farnsworth also earned NCAA eligiblity on 3-meter to open the Zone E meet.
The Stanford women won every relay, and 15 of 21 total events, to capture their 20th PAC-12 title in program history.
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Lia Neal (above) will be hungry for a national title as the fastest returning 100 and 200 freestyler in the NCAA this year.
Stanford’s Simone Manuel (above) and Kassidy Cook, both of whom were favored as NCAA Champions this season, will both redshirt.
University of Houston Head Swimming & Diving Coach Ryan Wochomurka is proud to announce Bob Gunter has been hired as the program’s next diving coach.
For the second day in a row, the diving event will have very little impact on the top of the team standings at women’s NCAAs.
The Women’s NCAA 1-meter diving prelims have wrapped in Greensboro, and in terms of the team race, shouldn’t have much of an effect on tonight’s scores.
Despite the losses of NCAA champions Maya Dirado and Felicia Lee, the Stanford women–winner of four relays last year–have the weapons to go 5-for-5 this year.
2013 NCAA Platform champion Haley Ishimatsu got her NCAA qualification knocked out early by winning the 1 meter springboard event in Zone E.
Maya Dirado has been on a roll for the last six months. What will she do for the Cardinal in 2014?