Division I Qualifying Times Released for 2017 NCAA Championships

Photo Courtesy: David Rieder

The NCAA Division I qualifying times for the 2016-17 season have been posted on the NCAA’s website.

The 2016 NCAA Championships were once again the site of historically fast swimming with records falling left and right. The fastest yards meet in the world shows no signs of slowing down now.

Short course meter times may once again be converted into qualifying times, though long course meters times are not eligible.

The women’s meet is scheduled March 16-18, 2017 at the Indiana University Natatorium, while the men’s meet will take place the next weekend, March 23-25.

2017 NCAA Division I Qualifying Times

11 Comments

11 comments

  1. avatar
    Teri Spinelli Blewett

    Hanna Blewett

  2. avatar
    Karin Knudson O'Connell

    Sharks Swimming

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    Steve Schaffer

    Long course times WILL NOT be permitted for qualifying to NCAAs next year. Only SCY and SCM times will be accepted.

  4. avatar
    Steve Schaffer

    From the conversion section of the document:

    “All time standards, consideration standards and optional-entry standards may be achieved only in 25-yard or 25-meter racing courses. No times achieved in 50-meter courses will be eligible for selection.”

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    Raquel Casswell

    Maddy Casswell

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      Maddy Casswell

      it’s in yards

    • avatar
      Raquel Casswell

      convert

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    Kristie Wisniewski

    Some fast times! Whenever I watch swimming I immediate check the height of the winning swimmer on Wikepedia after the event. I always get excited when I see 5’11 swimmers who have super fast times. It means hard training can trump super height sometimes.

  7. avatar
    Rick Stanfield

    Tyler Gomez Connor Bos, Lili Toth London Schumacher

  8. avatar
    Dawn Mantie Poeta

    John R Poeta

  9. avatar
    Kristina Davis-Giles

    Parker!

Author: Cathleen Pruden

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Cathleen Pruden is a 2016 graduate of Mount Holyoke College and the High School Content Manager at Swimming World. She was a four time All-American and a three time Academic All-American for the Lyons. She grew up swimming in and has also coached in Raleigh, North Carolina. Currently she is the Assistant Coach at Bowdoin College.

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