Sophie Scadron of Fairfax, Virginia has announced her commitment to further her education and swimming career at NC State University next fall.
Fourth last season, the Louisville Cardinals kick off the 2023-24 campaign as SwimSwam’s #3 ranked team in the NCAA.
Katharine Berkoff returns for her fifth year of eligibility to lead the NC State Wolfpack in their pursuit of a top-three NCAA finish.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships, won dominantly by the Virginia Cavaliers.
18-year-old Miriam Sheehan lowered her own Iowa Swimming LSC record in the 100-yard butterfly at last month’s IASI Short Course Championships.
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.
This morning’s action will include prelims of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
Stanford’s Torri Huske swam a best time in the 200 IM by over a second and a half. She finished second behind Kate Douglass but was also under the old AR.
“We definitely are pretty aggressive when we practice (relay starts)” Lexi Cuomo said before Kate Douglass interjected half-jokingly. “Well, some of us.”
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.
Virginia has the two fastest swimmers of all-time in the 50 free, putting them leaps and bounds ahead of the field in the 200 free relay.
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.
The absence of defending champion Kate Douglass has turned this year’s 50 freestyle battle into a showdown between Gretchen Walsh and Maggie MacNeil.
Maggie MacNeil is the only woman in history who’s beaten Kate Douglass at an NCAA Championships meet, and she has one more chance to do so in the 100 fly.