Led by Claire Curzan, the Stanford Cardinal have an unmatched freshman class this season that will help propel them back into national title contention.
100 fly champion Alex Shackell put up a 58.45 on the fly leg, while 100 free champion Erin Gemmell anchored in an eye-popping 53.73.
Gemmell’s split was exceptionally fast, blowing away the 1:56.15 she swam to win the individual girls 200 free and establish a new Meet Record last night.
Morgan Tankersley (above) and Lucie Nordmann combined for 39 individual points for Stanford at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships.
Rhyan White helped lead the Alabama women to a surprise #1 ranking with 237 NCAA points out of the high school class of 2018.
Despite only swimming in two NCAA meets, Taylor Ruck scored the most points out of our top-20 recruits from the high school class of 2018.
Take a closer look at the breakdown of Texas and Stanford battling for 2nd place at the 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Kate Douglass of Virginia is the top seed in the 200 breast on Saturday morning in Atlanta.
Seven out of last years A finalists are entered in the event again this year. American Record holder Regan Smith joins the mix as well.
The Stanford Cardinal reclaimed their Pac-12 title behind a full-roster effort that featured freshmen Torri Huske and Regan Smith.
The final night of racing at the Pac-12 Championships will feature the 200 back, breast, and fly, along with the 100 freestyle.
Cal will have 22 swims during the Saturday night finals session of Pac-12 Championships. The Golden Bears are also expected to pass USC for 2nd.
Cal’s Izzy Ivey comes into the final day of Pac-12s as the defending champion in the women’s 100 freestyle.
Brooke Forde qualified first into tonight’s 400 IM final at Pac-12s, one of 10 Cardinal swims that moved through to the top eight in the prelims.
Freshman Regan Smith of Stanford will swim the 100 back/100 fly double today. She will face off with Huske in the 100 fly and Stadden in the 100 back.