Division I NCAA Women’s Official Psych Sheet Released–Line At 37

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The official psych sheet for the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships was released on Wednesday. The meet will be held two weeks from today at Ohio State University as Stanford is looking to defend its title from a year ago.

Psych Sheet
Relays
Teams

The official teams list was released as well. Stanford has the most swimmers competing at the meet with 18 as eight teams have a double digit number of swimmers competing. 281 swimmers from 58 teams made the cut into the meet. The line was around 36, 37 or 38 in all of the events.

Below is the list of the top 15 teams in terms of how many invited swimmers got in to the meet.

  1. Stanford, 18
  2. Texas A&M, 16
  3. Louisville, 12
  4. Michigan, 12
  5. Virginia, 12
  6. Georgia, 11
  7. Southern Cal, 11
  8. California, 10
  9. Auburn, 9
  10. Kentucky, 9
  11. Missouri, 9
  12. NC State, 9
  13. Ohio State, 9
  14. Tennessee, 9
  15. Texas, 9

Alternates:

  1. Caitlynn Moon, Texas A&M (500 Free)
  2. Paige Kelly, Kentucky (1650)
  3. Taylor Worrell, South Carolina (200 fly)
  4. Sophie Krivokapic-Zhou, California (100 back)
  5. Constance Dean, Duke (400 IM)
  6. Lauren Savoy, Missouri (200 Breast)
  7. Chenoa Devine, California (500)
  8. Megan Burns, Buffalo (100 Free)
  9. Kahra Williams, Florida (1650)
  10. Mackenzie Glover, NC State (200 Back)

Top seeds:

50 free: Simone Manuel, Stanford, 21.20
100 free: Simone Manuel, Stanford, 46.43
200 free: Simone Manuel, Stanford, 1:40.78
500 free: Katie Ledecky, Stanford, 4:26.09
1650 free: Katie Ledecky, Stanford, 15:03.31
100 back: Beata Nelson, Wisconsin, 49.78
200 back: Kathleen Baker, Cal, 1:48.27
100 breast: Lilly King, Indiana, 56.46
200 breast: Sydney Pickrem, Texas A&M, 2:04.62
100 fly: Erika Brown, Tennessee, 49.85
200 fly: Ella Eastin, Stanford, 1:49.51
200 IM: Sydney Pickrem, Texas A&M, 1:52.69
400 IM: Katie Ledecky, Stanford, 3:56.53

200 free relay: Cal, 1:25.87
400 free relay: Cal, 3:09.04
800 free relay: Michigan, 6:52.04
200 medley relay: Cal, 1:34.13
400 medley relay: Stanford, 3:25.15

3 Comments

3 comments

  1. Pat Kennedy

    Congratulations to all of the ladies fortunate enough to make the cut. Good luck and swim fast.

  2. Betsy Harrison

    My girl made it. A Freshman… and NOT a top 20 college swimming recruit. But she out swam the majority of them.

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