2013wncaaCoach Troy and Elizabeth Beisel enjoy talk before the first day preklims.
Courtesy of: Peter H. Bick
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, March 23. ELIZABETH Beisel, pretty tired mentally and physically after three days of competition at the women's NCAA Division I swimming and diving championships, still has that trademark smile in this video interview shortly after the conclusion of day three's competition.

Beisel talked about how the team was able to improve on their 10th-place finish at last year's meet despite not having a team 100 percent at peak form. One of the goals for next year, Beisel says, is a top-three finish.

Beisel goes through her three days of competition in this interview, from the "hardest 400 IM (she's) ever swum" to racing better short course swimmers in the 200 backstroke.




More video interviews to come from the final night of competition on our NCAA event landing page!