Stanford senior Brooke Forde won an NCAA title in the 400 IM, which adds to the deepest single-event legacy in NCAA D1 women’s swimming & diving.
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.
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.
The Virginia Cavaliers continue to lead the way into NCAAs, led by five top-ranked relays and a dominant roster from top to bottom.
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.
At ACCs, UVA’s Alex Walsh won the 200 IM title with a monster 1:51.53. Could Walsh win the NCAA title and threaten the American record as a freshman?
With Ivey, Cal looks incredibly strong for the 800 free relay crown. Without Ivey, though, Virginia could run away with this.
NC State’s MacCausland, USC’s Delgado, and MIchigan’s Pyshnenko were all crucial 21.8-legs in their respective relays before their scratches.
Virginia enters the meet as the top seed in all 5 relays, although it’s tight in the 400 free relay.
The NCAA has released its official psych sheets (along with the invite line) for the 2021 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Virginia Cavaliers sit #1 in all five relays, powering an early lead in our scoring out of the 2021 Women’s NCAA Swimming psych sheets.
The first week of NCAA Division I conference meets are in the books, so let’s take a look at what happened in which conferences last week.
Alabama junior Rhyan White defended her SEC titles in the 100 and 200 back and added another in the 100 fly this weekend in Athens, Georgia.