The State of Georgia’s top freestyle sprinter in the Class of 2021 has verbally committed to swim for the defending NCAA Champion Georgia Bulldogs.
On the heels of Georgia winning its third NCAA title in the last four years, Bulldogs coach Jack Bauerle has been named the CSCAA Women’s Coach of the Year.
We have an extremely close 3 team battle set up for the final night at the 2016 Women’s NCAA Championships. Cal, Stanford, and Georgia will fight to see who comes out on top.
Olivia Smoliga and the Georgia Bulldogs are in position to win tonight, but they’ll have a fight on their hands from Stanford
2016 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 16 – Saturday, March 19 McAuley Aquatic Center – Atlanta, GA Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM…
The Georgia Bulldogs took the first championship of the weekend in the 800 free relay.
This season, the Golden Bears have a good chance at repeating as champions in this event and making another run at the record. They’re the only team that’s been under 1:27 so far in 2016, entering the meet with their 1:26.77 from Pac-12s.
I’ve been a loyal University of Georgia swim fan for more than a decade, and I’m beginning to notice a trend from Bauerle’s Bulldogs: one-trick ponies are put out to pasture.
Pace Clark set a new SEC and pool record this morning with 1:40.70 in the men’s 200 fly.
Brittany MacLean won three events, including the 1000 free and 200 free back-to-back, as the Georgia women won their 100th consecutive home meet with a rout of Wisconsin. The Georgia men also topped Wisconsin by a similar margin.
Watch race videos from Georgia’s 100th win in a dual meet versus Tennessee this weekend.
Georgia men and women defeat Tennessee at their home pool.
Matias Koski (above) led the Bulldogs to their fourth consecutive victory this season.
All-American Hali Flickinger is part of a Georgia roster that has been among the NCAA’s deepest the past several seasons.
Aikins (above) is a Winter Nationals qualifier in the 50m freestyle.