Dressel has the 100 breast, fly and free records, not to mention the 50 free and 200 IM. Is that enough to claim the title, Greatest Yards Swimmer of All-Time?
The Stanford Cardinal fulfilled all expectations at the 2018 Women’s NCAA DI Championships tonight, winning the team title by a monster 220 points
Siobhan Haughey of Michigan, while still dealing with a foot/ankle injury, raced her way to lifetime bests in the 200 IM, 200 free, and 100 free this weekend in Columbus
In her 3rd 500 free of the day, UGA freshman Courtney Harnish put up her fastest time of the day in 4:36.91.
Texas A&M’s Bethany Galat, who started to close in on the back half, was just shy of the former record in 2:03.26
Baker never let up in the women’s 200 backstroke, swimming to a new American and NCAA Record of 1:47.30 to win it
After accomplishing her goal for the 200 breast in short course, Lilly King looks to this summer to push the limits on her 200 even further
After going 3-for-3 in her individual events and winning Swimmer of the Meet, Ella Eastin will look to translate her successes into the big pool this summer
While Simone Manuel confirmed that she herself will turn pro next year, Katie Ledecky stressed that she’s focused only on school for the time being.
We previously reported that Simone Manuel will not see out her NCAA eligibility, and she confirmed Saturday night that she will go pro and continue to train at Stanford.
Katie McLaughlin of Cal swam in the A final of both the 100 fly and 200 free on Friday night, which were back to back events.
Though she went a best time 2 days in a row, Sydney Pickrem still has quite a list for herself of improvements to be made
Indiana’s reigning champ Lilly King led from start to finish in heat 6, turning in 59.76 halfway. King won by a body length in 2:05.49
Stanford racked up another 3 NCAA titles tonight, including Ella Eastin’s monster American/NCAA/US Open record in the 400 IM
On the back-half, Hansson continued to pull ahead of the field, winning by half a second in 49.80.