Abbey Weitzeil, who has represented the USA in the 50 free for the last five years, will fight for a spot with a wave of college and junior stars.
Senior Missy Cundiff was named CAA Women’s Swimmer of the Year and junior Courtney Klausen earned Diver of the Year honors for a second time.
26 swimmers from 21 programs across 12 mid major conferences qualified for the 2022 Women’s DI NCAAs.
In less than 18 months, the W&M Tribe swim team went from being cut to seeing their women capture their first CAA title in five years.
William & Mary took its third-ever title over the weekend, and UNCW took its first title since its 13-year winning streak lasting until 2014.
The time was well off Cundiff’s season best (and lifetime best) of 21.98, which she swam at the West Virginia Invite in November.
The William & Mary women and the UNC-Wilmington men lead after each team won a pair of relays on the first night of the 2022 CAA Championships.
Through the 2nd day of the WVU Invite, the hosting Mountaineers have expanded their lead in the men’s standings, while the WVU women have slipped to 3rd.
William & Mary senior Missy Cundiff had an earth-shattering breakout performance this morning, tearing to a 21.98 in prelims of the women’s 50 free.
William & Mary’s Missy Cundiff is the first big feel-good story of the 2021-2022 NCAA swimming & diving season after going sub-22 in the 50 free.
Garrett McGovern and Luke Johnson, above, were one of the best stories of the Wave I meet when they went 1-2 in the 800 free. Neither will race at Wave II.
In between prelims and finals at Wave I of the 2021 US Olympic Swimming Trials, a number of swimmers tried their hand at time trial races.
Missy Cundiff expressed that she had few expectations coming into the meet, and certainly didn’t see herself jumping 45 spots in the psych sheet
La Wave I dei Trials Olimpici USA è terminata questa notte ed ora si sanno ufficialmente chi sono gli atleti qualificati nella Wave II
It’s the final day of Wave I U.S. Olympic Trials, with the final few transfer spots to next week’s Wave II meet up for grabs.