2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Official Psych Sheet Finalized — Line Set at 37, 38

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Gabrielsen Natatorium -- home of the 2020 NCAA Division I women's swimming and diving championships. Photo Courtesy: University of Georgia Athletics

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The psych sheets for the 2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships have been finalized with the line set at 37 & 38. The meet will be held two weeks from today at the University of Georgia. Stanford is the three-time defending champion but will have its hands full with Virginia and arch rival Cal.

Virginia is seeded to win the meet and the program has not finished higher than fifth in school history.

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Most Qualifiers:

  1. Virginia, 15
  2. Stanford, 15
  3. California, 14
  4. Tennessee, 12
  5. NC State, 12
  6. Louisville, 12
  7. Ohio State, 12
  8. Georgia, 11
  9. Florida, 11
  10. Kentucky, 10
  11. Indiana, 10
  12. Texas A&M, 10

Alternates:

  1. Jasmine Nocentini, Florida International, 50 free
  2. Camryn Curry, Arizona State, 50 free
  3. Audrey Coffey, Nebraska, 1650
  4. Aela Janvier, Southern Cal, 200 back
  5. Emily Ilgenfritz, Georgia Tech, 500 free
  6. Martina Thomas, Navy, 200 free
  7. Nicole Pavlopoulou, Southern Cal, 200 breast
  8. Ashley McCauley, Georgia, 200 breast
  9. Megan Sichterman, Tennessee, 100 fly
  10. Bayley Stewart, Notre Dame, 200 back

Top Seeds on Psych Sheet:

  • 50 Free: Abbey Weitzeil, Cal, 20.90
  • 100 Free: Erika Brown, Tennessee, 45.83
  • 200 Free: Abbey Weitzeil, Cal, 1:42.25
  • 500 Free: Emma Nordin, Arizona State, 4:33.74
  • 1650 Free: Molly Kowal, Ohio State, 15:43.17
  • 100 Back: Beata Nelson, Wisconsin, 49.70
  • 200 Back: Rhyan White, Alabama, 1:48.06
  • 100 Breast: Sophie Hansson, NC State, 57.74
  • 200 Breast: Sophie Hansson, NC State, 2:05.59
  • 100 Fly: Maggie MacNeil, Michigan, 49.26
  • 200 Fly: Louise Hansson, Southern Cal, 1:51.26
  • 200 IM: Kate Douglass, Virginia, 1:51.36
  • 400 IM: Brooke Forde, Stanford, 4:01.53

Relays

  • 200 Free: Auburn, 1:25.41
  • 400 Free: Auburn, 3:09.18
  • 800 Free: Tennessee, 6:53.27
  • 200 Medley: Virginia, 1:33.91
  • 400 Medley: NC State, 3:27.22

Scoring Projections (Based on Psych Sheet)

  1. Virginia, 374
  2. Tennessee, 304.5
  3. California, 272
  4. NC State, 248
  5. Michigan, 233.5
  6. Georgia, 217
  7. Stanford, 193
  8. Southern Cal, 177
  9. Kentucky, 159
  10. Auburn, 150
  11. Alabama, 130
  12. Florida, 126
  13. Louisville, 123
  14. Ohio State, 122
  15. Wisconsin, 117
  16. Arizona State, 84
  17. Northwestern, 83
  18. Missouri, 79
  19. Texas, 77
  20. Indiana, 69
  21. Arkansas, 49
  22. Duke, 35
  23. North Carolina, 23
  24. Harvard, 19
  25. Texas A&M, 14
  26. Minnesota, 14

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7 comments

  1. Suzy Byers

    Go Bailey Bonnett in the 200Breast!!

  2. Vanessa Essam

    Caroline I see Abbey got an invite – yay her! Does that mean another trip?!

    • Caroline Webb

      Tempted but only got back Tuesday so no. Auburn’s 4 x 100 and 4 x 50 free relays ranked first. They would be great to watch.

    • Kel Senior

      Caroline Webb GO ABS!!!!