A 26.0 breaststroke split from Alexis Wenger (above) was the difference-maker as the Virginia women opened their ACC title defense with a roar on Wednesday.
Although the last 2 years have been blowout wins for Stanford, the senior class remembers an NCAA’s 3 years ago similar to this one where every swim and every point could mean the difference between 1st and 2nd
Led by just 3 seniors, the Stanford women navigated through a tough team battle to come out on top for the 3rd year in a row
The Cal Bears come in with the fastest time this season in the 400 medley relay, and they appear to be the favorites to put an end to Stanford’s winning streak in this event.
While official invite lists aren’t out yet, a scratch by Texas A&M’s Katie Portz
Zach Yeadon of Notre Dame will swim the men’s 1650 on the final night in Columbus.
Ali Galyer swam the fastest 200 back so far in the NCAA season this morning at the Ohio State Invite.
Asia Seidt clocked 51.25 this morning in the women’s 100 backstroke, the 2nd-fastest time we’ve seen so far this NCAA season.
Ella Eastin and Brooke Forde will both be key members of the two-time defending National Champion Stanford Cardinal this season.
A pair of swim-offs are set up for the men’s and women’s 100 breaststrokes on day 4 of U.S. Nationals.
Chase Kalisz will take on the 200 fly/200 IM double on day 3 of the TYR Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara.
Stanford became the third team to ever sweep the relays at the NCAA DI Women’s Championships tonight, setting three national records along the way.
Lilly King was back at it Friday night after swimming the fastest 100 breast relay split of all time on Thursday, going 25.38 in her 50 split.
In a tight race where the top three teams all finished under the NCAA and American records, Stanford emerged victorious, winning the 200 medley relay in 1:33.11 over Cal and Indiana.