The NCAA Division I Women’s Championships concluded with a fast finish. Throughout the course of the meet, Swimming World’s chief photographer Peter H. Bick was on deck capturing the action and excitement.
Future Stanford Cardinal Zoe Bartel of Fort Collins posted a time of 58.72 in the women’s 100 breast on day three of the 2018 Speedo Sectionals Championship Series in Federal
By David Rieder. The time was shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday night — when Stanford was still two days away from becoming back-to-back national champions. Stanford senior Simone Manuel had
Stanford won the team title with 593 points ahead of second place Cal with 373. The 220 point differential is the third highest in history. 1985: Texas 643, Florida, 200
Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel both played crucial roles in helping Stanford win their second-consecutive NCAA title. Although they both reveal that they didn’t have the individual meets they wanted, they each love helping
Georgia’s Courtney Harnish talks about her first experience at the NCAA Championships, saying how it’s “crazy fast” in the morning and that she will use this meet as a learning experience for
The last night of the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships was a historic one for the Stanford Cardinal as they grabbed their second straight team title
The Stanford Cardinal had history on the line as they had a chance to become only the third team to win all five relays at an NCAA Championships, as well