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Georgia Win's 2000 Women's NCAA's -- March 18, 2000 Georgia Gets wet after winning in 2000

Georgia came out victorious for the second consecutive year at the Women's NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. They won 9 events to hold off a strong charge from Arizona who finished second, while Stanford placed third and failed to win any events. Cal Berkely finished fourth with Auburn in fifth.
Pac-10 Schools accounted for five of the top eight spots.

1. Georgia 490.5
2. Arizona 472
3. Stanford 397
4. California 311.5
5. Auburn 207
6. Northwestern 186.5
7. USC 185
8. UCLA 163
9. Texas 155 (tie)
9. Virginia 155 (tie)

Georgia's Jack Bauerle was named coach of the year. Kristy Kowal and Courtney Shealy both from Georgia were named Co-Swimmers of the meet after each won three individual events and contributed to strong relay performances.

Diving Coach of the year was Scott Wright of LSU and his diver Ashley Culpepper was diver of the meet for winning both the 1 & 3 meter boards and finishing 5th on the Platform. Georgia Coach Jack Bauerle Kowal & Shealy of Georgia are co-swimmers of the meet

Results: Women's Division I - Day 3 Finals

Results: Women's Division I - Final Team Scores