NCAA Division I Women’s Championships, March 20 Finals Heat Sheets

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  • Women’s 200 medley relay
  • Women’s 400 IM
  • Women’s 100 fly
  • Women’s 200 free
  • Women’s 100 breast
  • Women’s 100 back
  • Women’s three-meter diving
  • Women’s 800 free relay

This morning, California had a preliminary session for the ages, with eight A final and five B final swims collected for a total of 13 point-scoring swims slated for tonight.

Defending champion Georgia will likely be looking up at California from second place after tonight with four A finalists and four B finalists.

Stanford had a really strong morning with four A finalists and four B finalists as well, and don’t sleep on Missouri as it collected two A finalists and four B finalists.

Also, no one can forget the unforgettable NCAA and American record time of 49.89 by Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell.

2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, March 20 Finals Heat Sheet – Results

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