2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming And Diving Championships Official Psych Sheets Released

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The NCAA just announced the names of those swimmers who have qualified for the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.

Teams with double-digit qualifiers are:

Auburn: 11
California: 12
Georgia: 12
NC State: 10
USC: 13
Tennessee: 13
Texas: 10
Texas A&M: 13
Virginia: 12

With no one near the team athlete limit, that means no swimmers are in jeopardy of losing a spot if a diver qualifies during Zones next week.

NCAA Press Release:

The NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Committee announced today the swimmers who qualified for the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships. The championships will be held March 16-19 at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Georgia Institute of Technology will serve as host.

A total of 322 participants (281 swimmers and 41 divers) will compete in the championships. Swimmers qualified for the championships by meeting the established minimum time for the events in which they entered. Divers will be determined by performances at the Zone Diving Meets held March 7-12. The complete list of all swimmers competing in the championships is available at www.usaswimming.org/ncaa. Selected divers will be announced Sunday, March 13.

ESPN3.com will stream finals sessions on Friday and Saturday live. Wednesday’s evening session, Thursday’s sessions, along with the morning sessions on Friday and Saturday, will be streamed live on NCAA.com. Additionally, ESPNU will air a two-hour broadcast via tape delay at 7 p.m. ET, Tuesday, March 29. Live results for the championships will be available on NCAA.com.

Selected swimmers
List of athletes by institution
Official psych sheet
List of relays
List of alternates


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