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.
Stanford senior Morgan Tanerksley (above, right) was the 8th qualifier into final of the women’s 200 free last weekend at the NCAA Championships.
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.
Alex Walsh set the American and NCAA Records tonight in the 200 IM winning in a time of 1:50.08 at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships.
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.
Regan Smith will face fierce competition tonight as she attempts to win both the 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly. She’ll face Huske in fly and Ruck in back.
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.
Stanford has two of the top seeds for tonight’s individual events, while USC’s Calypso Sheridan is the #1 entrant in the 200 IM.
Senior Morgan Tankersley is one of eight Stanford swimmers who qualified for an ‘A’ final on Day 2, as she claimed the top seed in the 500 free.
Torri Huske anchored the 400 freestyle relay for Stanford in the fastest split of the field to help secure the dual meet win for Stanford.
Blair Stoneburg was a dominant force at the meet, winning two individual events and two relays for Jensen Beach High School.
Looking to bounce back from 9th at NCAAs, the Stanford Cardinal women are re-loading their roster with four Olympians, including fifth-year Brooke Forde.