The NC State women are in 2nd place thanks to three straight victories, including two upsets, to close day 3 of the NCAA Championships.
BAMA’s White and NC State’s Berkoff tied for the top 100 back prelims spot. UVA also holds top seeds in the 4IM (Nelson), 1FL (Douglass), and 2FR (Madden).
NC State junior Sophie Hansson broke her own ACC record and moved into a tie for #3 all-time, with her 57.23 win in tonight’s 100 breast.
Virginia will have at least one A-finalist in each of the five individual events while Texas, NC State, and Cal will see 4 swimmers in the A-final.
This morning, we’ll see the biggest day of individual events, with the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 back and 100 breast.
The NC State women won the 400 medley relay on Thursday night at the DI Championships, lowering the NCAA and U.S. Open Record.
Kylee Alons blasted the 4th-fastest fly relay split in history to help lead the Wolfpack to the first-ever sub-3:25 400 medley relay. **Updated with video**
Senior Julia Poole brought it home in 48.22, enough to give NC State the title and a new NCAA and U.S. Open record of 3:24.59.
Watch Cal win the 200 free relay, frosh Alex Walsh become an NCAA champion, NC State break the NCAA 400 medley relay record, and more from night two.
Cavalier Alex Walsh is the big favorite in the 200 IM as we head into Day 2 finals at the Women’s NCAA Championships.
Michigan junior Olivia Carter dropped the 200 IM on Day 2 of NCAAs as the 20th seed.
As we tick down the days to the 2021 Women’s NCAA Championships, keep track of all our event-by-event previews and winner picks here.
The time has finally come for the first non-Lilly King 100 BR NCAA champion to be crowned in 2021. NC State’s Sophie Hansson looks to be the best candidate.
Over 97% of readers think Alex Walsh will win the 200 IM as a freshman at the 2021 Women’s NCAA Championships.
The 400 medley relay is seeded to be a very tight race at the top, with the 4 top seeds all entering at 3:26.