Katie Ledecky was presented with the Honda Cup tonight at the Collegiate Women Sports Awards Show in Los Angeles.
The award is given to a female student-athlete from any division who experienced extraordinary physical and/or emotional adversity, injury and/or illness, or extraordinary personal sacrifice during their time as a collegiate student-athlete, but perservered to find athletic success.
Stanford’s Nicole Stafford and Alabama’s Bailey Scott were both named finalists for the 2017 Honda Inspiration Award.
Olivia Smoliga’s Georgia recruiting class was ranked 3rd way back in 2013. How did our top 12 recruiting classes pan out four years later?
This weekend will mark the final home meets for four seniors as No. 2 Stanford women’s swimming and diving welcomes…
Two-time Olympian Lia Neal (above) is one of three captains for the Stanford women for the 2016-2017 season.
14-year-old Andrei Minakov clocked a 54.93 in the men’s 100 fly this morning. He currently sits at #3 all time in the 13-14 age group
Lia Neal (above) will be hungry for a national title as the fastest returning 100 and 200 freestyler in the NCAA this year.
The Stanford Cardinal women opened up their 2015-2016 season with a road win, topping Pac-12 foe Washington State behind two wins apiece from Nicole Stafford and Janet Hu.
Bolles coach Sergio Lopez, a former Olympic bronze medalist, will lead the men’s Junior National Team Camp in early April at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
Maya Dirado has been on a roll for the last six months. What will she do for the Cardinal in 2014?
Gunnar Bentz is one of a handful of swimmers who is doing junior/senior double duty this year. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)
This shot captured ominously a then 15-year-old Missy Franklin with her future coach Teri McKeever (right). Did Missy and the crew capture the #1 class ranking? (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
NCAP’s men won, as did the Dynamo women, leaving NCAP for the overall team championship at an exciting NCSA Junior National Championship meet. (Photo thanks to Chris Natoli)
Andrew Seliskar Stomps 200 Breaststroke NAG Record; Avestruz Makes Her Name in Women’s 100 Back Final
NCAP’s Janet Hu added a second butterfly victory of the meet on Friday night in Orlando. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)