Lia Neal (above) will be hungry for a national title as the fastest returning 100 and 200 freestyler in the NCAA this year.
For their performances in the classroom as well as the pool, eight members of the Stanford women’s swimming and diving team were among those achieving Scholar All-American honors
Simone Manuel had a hand in not one, but two American records on the final night of 2015 Women’s NCAAs.
Kaylin Burchell (Alabama, above) comes in with a lifetime best along with a conference title in one of the deepest and fastest conferences in the nation in hopes for a NCAA title.
Missy Franklin could sweep all of her individual events at the Pac-12 Champs, although Elizabeth Pelton has been faster this season in the 200 IM and 200 back.
The Cardinal women rallied for their seniors on Senior Day to defeat USC
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.
First-year athletes accounted for 11 of the meet’s 14 individual event wins in a 174-124 Stanford win.
Micah Lawrence has been on a tear this season through the Grand Prix circuit, and she’ll try to extend that magic for SwimMAC in Irvine.
Cal post-grad Natalie Coughlin is a scratch from the second day of the 2014 Santa Clara Grand Prix.
In finals, though, Texas A&M’s Breeja Larson closed the door on her second 50 with a total time of 57.23, splitting 27.0/30.2 en route to her 3rd-straight title in this event.
Maya DiRado, 200 IM winner, and teammate Felicia Lee, leading Standford to the #2 spot in the Team Standings after Day 1 of the 2014 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Maddy talks about how the 200 yard freestyle relay (Maddy, Lia Neal, Felicia Lee, and Katie Olsen) won the national…
Lia Neal’s huge anchor leg pushed Stanford past Texas A&M to break American and NCAA records.
Arizona’s Margo Geer is the defending NCAA Champion, and it’s she, not Missy Franklin, who’s in control going into the women’s 100 free final.