USC sophomore Isabelle Odgers won three events, breaking the WSU pool record in the 200 breast by over a second with a 2:13.04.
In a season with a lot of highlight performances from collegiate women, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson stood out above an impressive field of nominees.
The tides are turning, and we have a new #1 in our NCAA swimming & diving rankings, updated after mid-season invites across the nation.
USC’s Louise Hansson, the defending NCAA Champion and fastest-ever swimmer in this event, won by more than a second-and-a-half, swimming a 50.05
Louise Hansson, the defending NCAA Champion in the 100 and 200 yard butterflies, is the top seed in the 100 fly on Friday evening in College Station, Texas
A pair of big 100-meter fly swims highlighted this morning’s Art Adamson prelims: USC senior Louise Hansson went 58.14 and A&M sophomore Shaine Casas 52.34.
This morning, Shaine Casas churned out a 1:58.54 to dominate the 200 meter IM in long course, a lifetime best. He’ll be the man to beat tonight.
Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
Bob Bowman’s Arizona State men rolled past USC, marking their first home victory in the series in 16 years. The USC women, meanwhile, won their 12th-straight over the Sun Devils.
Transom won the 50 free, too, while fellow sophomore Isabelle Odgers won all three of her individual events on Saturday in Los Angeles.
4-time Swedish Olympian Ida Marko-Varga has made her official return to competitive swimming, just in time for the 2020 Rio Olympics.
The NCAA swim season is upon us, and it’s time for a time-honored tradition: SwimSwam’s staff predicting NCAA event champions half a year out.
A lot of Tennessee’s success will run through Erika Brown, who will be a contender for three individual NCAA titles once again in her senior year.
Louise Hansson lifts all the Trojan relays considerably, but a DQ and three 9th-place finishes sapped them considerably last year.
Cate Campbell notched a quick 52.64 time to take the World Cup – Tokyo title in the women’s 100m free to close out the first stop.