Video: Louisville Recaps Their Sixth Place Finish At The Women’s NCAA Championships

The Louisville Cardinals women’s programs made history in Greensboro at the NCAA Championships this year, earning their highest finish as a team in program history.  Louisville set a goal to finish top 10 at the end of the season and blew it away with a sixth place finish as a team.

2015 Accolades include:

  • Kelsi Worrell
    • First Women’s NCAA Champion In School History
    • 2x NCAA Champion (100 & 200 Butterfly)
    • 2x American Records – 100 fly (49.89 & 49.81)
  • 6th place Team finish
    • Previous best: 15th
  • Arthur Albiero
    • SwimSwam’s Women’s Coach of the Year

Video courtesy of Louisville Swimming and Diving.

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7 years ago

ACCFAN: UofL works daily on under waters. Kelsi is an exceptional athlete but that does not undermine the under waters of other swimmers on the team.

7 years ago

ACCFAN- are you a troll?

7 years ago

Great video to an amazing year.

7 years ago

Great video! Clearly they dominated underwaters and turns. Wow, rewatch that video and look at their starts and turns. Very good.

Great post Tony =) great seein ya at NCAAs.

Reply to  rjcid
7 years ago

They? Or Kelsi Worrell…

Swim Fannnnn
Reply to  Accfan
7 years ago

Well unless Kelsi scored all of the points, I think the above is talking about “they”. As shown in the great video. Great showing for the entire ACC.

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The writer formerly known as "Troy Gennaro", better known as Tony Carroll, has been working with SwimSwam since April of 2013. Tony grew up in northern Indiana and started swimming in 2003 when his dad forced him to join the local swim team. Reluctantly, he joined on the condition that …

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