WOMEN’S MEET Arizona’s much-talked about freshman class was stifled today at Stanford, as the Cardinal seemed to have an answer…
Georgia’s Hali Flickinger did some damage to the NCAA A cut lists over the weekend at the UGA Invite. See who else made cuts over the weekend.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel clocked 3 NCAA “A” standards competing at the OSU Invite in Columbus last weekend, including in one event you wouldn’t quite expect.
The Stanford and Texas A&M women continue to jockey for the top spots on the final morning of the 2015 Art Adamson Invite. Pictured: Lia Neal, who is the top qualifier in the 100 free.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin rocked the Art Adamson Invite’s second day, putting up a 400 IM time that would have won last year’s NCAA title by a wide margin.
After some big opening night swims, the Art Adamson Invite in College Station, Texas is set to field further exciting clashes Friday, most notably a battle of high-ranking 400 IMers.
Kelsi Worrell is expected to crush records of all kinds in the butterfly events at NCAAs this season.
Lia Neal (above) will be hungry for a national title as the fastest returning 100 and 200 freestyler in the NCAA this year.
College breaststrokers like returning NCAA champ Will Licon will get to swim under updated pullout rules beginning next season.
Rachel Bootsma came up with three huge swims, overcoming a disappointing sophomore year with a stellar junior one.
Kaylin Burchell (Alabama, above) comes in with a lifetime best along with a conference title in one of the deepest and fastest conferences in the nation in hopes for a NCAA title.
Cal’s Missy Franklin beat out Simone Manuel of Stanford in the marquee matchup of the meet so far.
Bootsma’s Back: after a sophomore slump, Cal junior Rachel Bootsma put up the #2 time in the NCAA this year while winning the 100 back.
Cierra Runge’s NCAA record 500 freestyle was just one of a number of sparkling Cal swims as the Golden Bears remain undefeated in swimming events at the 2015 Pac-12 Championships.
Missy Franklin could sweep all of her individual events at the Pac-12 Champs, although Elizabeth Pelton has been faster this season in the 200 IM and 200 back.