Stanford Remains Untouchable After Thursday Night at Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships

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The 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships continued Thursday night and it continued to be the Stanford Cardinal show. The girls from Stanford won every single event in the swimming pool on Thursday night at Ohio State, highlighted by Junior Ella Eastin’s American and NCAA Record in the 200 IM. Olympic gold medalists Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel also won their respective events as the Cardinal have a 211-147 advantage over cross town rival Cal.

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200 Free Relay

The Stanford Cardinal broke the NCAA Record to start off Thursday night at the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships with a 1:25.43 in the 200 free relay. They held off a formidable challenge from Cal who swam a 1:25.50 for second. Both teams were under the NCAA record that Cal set last year.

Janet Hu (21.65), Simone Manuel (20.89), Lauren Pitzer (21.62) and Ally Howe (21.27) swam for Stanford as they re-broke the American Record they set this morning at 1:25.68.

Cal was second with Maddie Murphy (21.94), Amy Bilquist (21.08), Katie McLaughlin (21.47) and Abbey Weitzeil (21.01) swimming for the Golden Bears.

Tennessee (1:27.10), Virginia (1:27.13), Louisville (1:27.19), Michigan (1:27.78), Ohio State (1:28.17) and Texas (1:28.41) also swam in the championship final.

Stanford broke Cal’s three year winning streak in the event as they captured their first NCAA title in the 200 free relay since 2014. It is also their eighth title overall in the relay.

 Event 2  Women 200 Yard Freestyle Relay
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         NCAA: N 1:25.59  3/16/2017 California
                          A Weitzeil, M Murphy, A Bilquist, F Osman
     American: A 1:25.68  3/15/2018 Stanford, Stanford-PC
                          J Hu, S Manuel, L Pitzer, A Howe
    U.S. Open: O 1:25.59  3/16/2017 California
                          A Weitzeil, M Murphy, A Bilquist, F Osman
         Meet: C 1:25.59  3/16/2017 California
                          A Weitzeil, M Murphy, A Bilquist, F Osman
         Pool: P 1:26.90  3/16/2008 Arizona
                          L Jackson, Lacey Nymeyer, A Turner, T Baughman
                 1:28.71  AUTO NCAA A Standard
                 1:29.57  CONS NCAA B Standard
    School                        Prelims     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
                                === A - Final ===                                 
 
  1 Stanford                      1:25.68    1:25.43N        40  
     1) Janet Hu SR                   2) r:0.27 Simone Manuel SR      
     3) r:0.22 Lauren Pitzer FR       4) r:0.24 Ally Howe SR          
    r:+0.58  10.50        21.65 (21.65)
           31.58 (9.93)       42.54 (20.89)
          52.87 (10.33)     1:04.16 (21.62)
        1:14.39 (10.23)     1:25.43 (21.27)
  2 California                    1:26.93    1:25.50N        34  
     1) Maddie Murphy SO              2) r:0.19 Amy Bilquist JR       
     3) r:0.33 Katie McLaughlin JR    4) r:0.15 Abbey Weitzeil SO     
    r:+0.65  10.59        21.94 (21.94)
           31.92 (9.98)       43.02 (21.08)
          53.33 (10.31)     1:04.49 (21.47)
         1:14.43 (9.94)     1:25.50 (21.01)
  3 Tennessee                     1:26.85    1:27.10         32  
     1) Erika Brown SO                2) r:0.30 Maddie Banic JR       
     3) r:0.13 Stanzi Moseley SO      4) r:0.23 Bailey Grinter FR     
    r:+0.71  10.63        21.61 (21.61)
          32.00 (10.39)       43.47 (21.86)
          53.76 (10.29)     1:05.21 (21.74)
        1:15.72 (10.51)     1:27.10 (21.89)
  4 Virginia                      1:27.60    1:27.13         30  
     1) Morgan Hill SO                2) r:0.24 Anna Pang FR          
     3) r:0.23 Laine Reed SR          4) r:0.26 Caitlin Cooper SR     
    r:+0.66  10.85        22.22 (22.22)
          32.73 (10.51)       44.30 (22.08)
          54.68 (10.38)     1:05.86 (21.56)
        1:16.02 (10.16)     1:27.13 (21.27)
  5 Louisville                    1:27.11    1:27.19         28  
     1) Lainey Visscher SO            2) r:0.07 Mallory Comerford JR  
     3) r:0.31 Avery Braunecker SO    4) r:0.21 Casey Fanz SO         
    r:+0.68  10.83        22.28 (22.28)
           32.24 (9.96)       43.32 (21.04)
          53.83 (10.51)     1:05.50 (22.18)
        1:15.71 (10.21)     1:27.19 (21.69)
  6 Michigan                      1:27.87    1:27.78         26  
     1) Catie Deloof JR               2) r:0.27 Gabby Deloof SR       
     3) r:0.30 *Siobhan Haughey JR    4) r:0.20 Daria Pyshnenko FR    
    r:+0.65  10.89        22.48 (22.48)
          32.87 (10.39)       44.21 (21.73)
          54.67 (10.46)     1:05.95 (21.74)
        1:16.24 (10.29)     1:27.78 (21.83)
  7 OSU                           1:27.38    1:28.17         24  
     1) *Liz Li SR                    2) r:0.27 *Freya Rayner FR      
     3) r:0.29 Macie McNichols SR     4) r:0.30 Maria Coy JR          
    r:+0.71  10.39        21.61 (21.61)
          32.02 (10.41)       43.61 (22.00)
          54.31 (10.70)     1:06.00 (22.39)
        1:16.41 (10.41)     1:28.17 (22.17)
  8 Texas                         1:28.03    1:28.41         22  
     1) Rebecca Millard SR            2) r:0.32 Claire Adams SO       
     3) r:0.16 Brooke Hansen JR       4) r:0.21 Remedy Rule JR        
    r:+0.70  10.79        22.07 (22.07)
          32.52 (10.45)       44.11 (22.04)
          54.67 (10.56)     1:06.40 (22.29)
        1:16.77 (10.37)     1:28.41 (22.01)
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 2                      
 
  1. Stanford                           80   2. California                         66
  3. Tennessee                          62   4. Michigan                           60
  5. Virginia                           54   5. Louisville                         54
  7. Texas                              50   8. Georgia                            32
  9. Ohio St                            24  10. Minnesota                          22
 11. Southern Cal                       20  12. Texas A&M                          18
 13. UNC                                14  14. Kentucky                           12
 14. Arizona                            12  16. Missouri                           10
 17. Wisconsin                           8  18. UCLA                                6
 18. NC State                            6  20. Alabama                             4
 20. Auburn                              4  22. Indiana                             2

500 Free

In what came as no surprise, Stanford sophomore Katie Ledecky easily defended her NCAA title in the 500 with a 4:26.57. She was a little off her NCAA record of 4:24.06 from last season, but she defended her title and led a 1-2 finish with Stanford teammate and fellow sophomore Katie Drabot.

Drabot finished in second at 4:34.86 in a tight race ahead of Arizona’s Kirsten Jacobsen (4:35.04) and Virginia’s Jen Marrkand (4:35.21).

This is the biggest margin for a swimmer in the 500, as the previous margin was 5.91 seconds with Caroline Burckle of Florida winning over Maggie Bird of Auburn in 2008 in the same Ohio State pool ten years later.

This is the second year in a row Ledecky has won the 500 and is Stanford’s ninth win all-time in the 500 as she joins Janet Evans (1990, 1991), Jessica Foschi (2001), Lisa Jacob (1993) and Marybeth Linzmeier (1982-1984) as winners in the event for the Cardinal.

 Event 3  Women 500 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 4:24.06  3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
     American: A 4:24.06  3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    U.S. Open: O 4:24.06  3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
         Meet: C 4:24.06  3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
         Pool: P 4:26.46  11/18/2016Katie Ledecky, Stanford
                 4:36.30  AUTO NCAA A Standard
                 4:47.79  CONS NCAA B Standard
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Katie Ledecky    SO Stanford          4:29.73    4:26.57         20  
    r:+0.68  24.71        51.19 (26.48)
        1:18.18 (26.99)     1:44.76 (26.58)
        2:11.94 (27.18)     2:39.08 (27.14)
        3:06.11 (27.03)     3:33.26 (27.15)
        4:00.28 (27.02)     4:26.57 (26.29)
  2 Katie Drabot     SO Stanford          4:36.68    4:34.86         17  
    r:+0.72  25.56        52.79 (27.23)
        1:20.71 (27.92)     1:49.14 (28.43)
        2:17.27 (28.13)     2:44.63 (27.36)
        3:12.28 (27.65)     3:40.13 (27.85)
        4:07.95 (27.82)     4:34.86 (26.91)
  3 Kirsten Jacobse  SO Arizona           4:36.07    4:35.04         16  
    r:+0.77  25.16        52.78 (27.62)
        1:20.73 (27.95)     1:48.98 (28.25)
        2:17.16 (28.18)     2:45.11 (27.95)
        3:12.79 (27.68)     3:40.40 (27.61)
        4:08.07 (27.67)     4:35.04 (26.97)
  4 Jen Marrkand     SR Virginia          4:35.53    4:35.21         15  
    r:+0.65  25.62        53.55 (27.93)
        1:21.53 (27.98)     1:49.60 (28.07)
        2:17.66 (28.06)     2:45.42 (27.76)
        3:13.36 (27.94)     3:41.11 (27.75)
        4:08.59 (27.48)     4:35.21 (26.62)
  5 Kaersten Meitz   SR Purdue            4:35.82    4:36.83         14  
    r:+0.83  26.51        54.67 (28.16)
        1:22.93 (28.26)     1:51.32 (28.39)
        2:19.32 (28.00)     2:47.07 (27.75)
        3:14.84 (27.77)     3:42.45 (27.61)
        4:10.01 (27.56)     4:36.83 (26.82)
  6 Evie Pfeifer     FR Texas             4:37.12    4:36.96         13  
    r:+0.77  26.38        54.46 (28.08)
        1:22.79 (28.33)     1:51.14 (28.35)
        2:19.24 (28.10)     2:47.24 (28.00)
        3:15.08 (27.84)     3:42.86 (27.78)
        4:10.42 (27.56)     4:36.96 (26.54)
  7 Hannah Moore     SR NCState           4:37.25    4:37.78         12  
    r:+0.73  25.57        53.07 (27.50)
        1:20.92 (27.85)     1:49.14 (28.22)
        2:17.40 (28.26)     2:45.55 (28.15)
        3:13.93 (28.38)     3:42.22 (28.29)
        4:10.49 (28.27)     4:37.78 (27.29)
  8 G Ryan           SR Michigan          4:36.42    4:42.46         11  
    r:+0.70  26.41        54.69 (28.28)
        1:23.09 (28.40)     1:51.62 (28.53)
        2:20.10 (28.48)     2:48.71 (28.61)
        3:17.42 (28.71)     3:46.00 (28.58)
        4:14.61 (28.61)     4:42.46 (27.85)
   Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 3                 
 
  1. Stanford                          124   2. Michigan                           78
  3. Virginia                           69   4. California                         66
  5. Texas                              63   6. Tennessee                          62
  7. Louisville                         59   8. Georgia                            39
  9. Arizona                            30  10. Ohio St                            24
 11. Minnesota                          22  12. Southern Cal                       20
 13. NC State                           18  13. Texas A&M                          18
 15. UNC                                14  15. Purdue                             14
 17. Kentucky                           12  18. Missouri                           10
 19. Penn St                             9  20. Wisconsin                           8
 21. UCLA                                6  22. Auburn                              4
 22. Alabama                             4  24. Indiana                             2

200 IM

Stanford continued its dominating meet at the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships with a win and an American Record in the 200 IM by Stanford junior Ella Eastin. Eastin smashed her own NCAA and American Record with a 1:50.67. Eastin’s record was a 1:51.65 from the 2016 NCAA’s where she won as a freshman.

Cal junior and defending champion Kathleen Baker was second in the race and also under Eastin’s record at 1:51.25. Those two are both juniors and will be back next season for one more duel. They have traded wins the last two years and have been 1-2 three years in a row now.

Sydney Pickrem (1:52.35), Bethany Galat (1:53.17), Meghan Small (1:53.18), Beata Nelson (1:53.54), Asia Seidt (1:53.78) and Bailey Andison (1:55.22) also competed in the championship final.

The win is Stanford’s tenth in the event and most overall. Eastin joins Susie Rapp (1986), Janel Jorgensen (1990), Summer Sanders (1991, 1992), Jenny Thompson (1995), Julia Smit (2009, 2010) and Maya DiRado (2014) as winners for the Cardinal in the 200 IM at the NCAA Championships.

 Event 4  Women 200 Yard IM
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 1:51.65  3/17/2016 Ella Eastin, Stanford
     American: A 1:51.65  3/17/2016 Ella Eastin, Stanford
    U.S. Open: O 1:51.65  3/17/2016 Ella Eastin, Stanford
         Meet: C 1:51.65  3/17/2016 Ella Eastin, Stanford
         Pool: P 1:52.63  11/30/2017Melanie Margalis, Saint Petersburg
                 1:55.00  AUTO NCAA A Standard
                 2:01.59  CONS NCAA B Standard
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Ella Eastin      JR Stanford          1:53.74    1:50.67N        20  
    r:+0.70  24.59        52.04 (27.45)
        1:24.32 (32.28)     1:50.67 (26.35)
  2 Kathleen Baker   JR California        1:54.22    1:51.25N        17  
    r:+0.65  24.23        51.56 (27.33)
        1:23.65 (32.09)     1:51.25 (27.60)
  3 Sydney Pickrem   JR TAMU              1:53.48    1:52.35P        16  
    r:+0.72  25.22        53.28 (28.06)
        1:25.59 (32.31)     1:52.35 (26.76)
  4 Bethany Galat    SR TAMU              1:54.20    1:53.17         15  
    r:+0.60  24.70        54.32 (29.62)
        1:25.87 (31.55)     1:53.17 (27.30)
  5 Meghan Small     SO Tennessee         1:54.04    1:53.18         14  
    r:+0.74  24.67        52.88 (28.21)
        1:26.09 (33.21)     1:53.18 (27.09)
  6 Beata Nelson     SO Wisconsin         1:53.82    1:53.54         13  
    r:+0.73  24.88        53.47 (28.59)
        1:26.59 (33.12)     1:53.54 (26.95)
  7 Asia Seidt       SO Kentucky          1:54.78    1:53.78         12  
    r:+0.72  24.72        52.01 (27.29)
        1:26.35 (34.34)     1:53.78 (27.43)
  8 Bailey Andison   JR Denver            1:54.44    1:55.22         11  
    r:+0.62  25.19        54.45 (29.26)
        1:27.48 (33.03)     1:55.22 (27.74)
                 Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 4                 
 
  1. Stanford                          151   2. Michigan                           87
  3. California                         84   4. Tennessee                          76
  5. Virginia                           69   6. Texas                              63
  6. Louisville                         63   8. Texas A&M                          51
  9. Georgia                            39  10. Arizona                            30
 11. Kentucky                           24  11. Ohio St                            24
 13. Minnesota                          22  14. Wisconsin                          21
 15. Southern Cal                       20  16. NC State                           18
 17. Missouri                           15  18. UNC                                14
 18. Purdue                             14  20. Denver                             11
 21. Penn St                             9  22. South Carolina                      6
 22. UCLA                                6  24. Indiana                             5
 25. Auburn                              4  25. Alabama                             4

50 Free

Stanford senior Simone Manuel continued the team’s hot streak on Thursday night at the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships at Ohio State University. Manuel won the 50 free final with a 21.18 to just miss the NCAA record that she set last year at 21.17. She was also off the American Record of 21.12 from Abbey Weitzeil.

Weitzeil was fourth in the race at 21.67. Tennessee’s Erika Brown was second at 21.51 while Ohio State senior Liz Li was third at 21.59 in her home pool.

Beryl Gastaldello (21.74), Aly Tetzloff (21.77), Caitlin Cooper (21.77) and Caroline Baldwin (22.01) also swam in the championship final.

This is Manuel’s third title in the 50 free as she won in 2015 and 2017. She did not compete in 2016 for the Olympic year. Manuel is the first to win three titles in the event since Georgia’s Kara Lynn Joyce won four from 2004-2007.

Stanford’s Catherine Fox (1997-1999) and Texas’ Leigh Ann Fetter (1988-1991) are the only other swimmers to win at least three 50 free NCAA titles.

This is also Stanford’s eleventh 50 free title as Manuel joins Fox, Krissie Busch (1984), Jenna Johnson (1986, 1987) and Jenny Thompson (1992, 1993) as winners for the Cardinal.

Event 5  Women 50 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 21.17  3/16/2017 Simone Manuel, Stanford
     American: A 21.12  3/5/2016  Abbey Weitzeil, Canyons Aquatics
    U.S. Open: O 21.12  3/5/2016  Abbey Weitzeil, Canyons Aquatics
         Meet: C 21.17  3/16/2017 Simone Manuel, Stanford
         Pool: P 21.46  3/15/2018 Liz Li, OSU-OH
                 21.80  AUTO NCAA A Standard
                 22.99  CONS NCAA B Standard
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Simone Manuel    SR Stanford            21.60      21.18P        20  
    r:+0.67  10.30        21.18 (10.88)
  2 Erika Brown      SO Tennessee           21.60      21.51         17  
    r:+0.70  10.56        21.51 (10.95)
  3 Liz Li           SR OSU                 21.46      21.59         16  
    r:+0.63  10.41        21.59 (11.18)
  4 Abbey Weitzeil   SO California          21.49      21.67         15  
    r:+0.63  10.46        21.67 (11.21)
  5 Beryl Gastaldel  SR TAMU                21.63      21.74         14  
    r:+0.62  10.49        21.74 (11.25)
  6 Alyssa Tetzloff  JR Auburn              21.85      21.77         12.5
    r:+0.60  10.43        21.77 (11.34)
  6 Caitlin Cooper   SR Virginia            21.95      21.77         12.5
    r:+0.70  10.61        21.77 (11.16)
  8 Caroline Baldwi  SR UNC                 21.80      22.01         11  
    r:+0.72  10.67        22.01 (11.34)
 Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 5                 
 
  1. Stanford                          171   2. California                        115
  3. Tennessee                        96.5   4. Michigan                           87
  5. Virginia                           86   6. Louisville                         69
  7. Texas                              68   8. Texas A&M                          65
  9. Ohio St                            40  10. Georgia                            39
 11. Arizona                            32  12. UNC                                25
 13. Kentucky                           24  14. Minnesota                          22
 15. Wisconsin                          21  16. Southern Cal                       20
 17. NC State                           18  18. Auburn                           16.5
 19. Missouri                           15  20. Purdue                             14
 21. Denver                             11  22. Penn St                             9
 23. UCLA                                6  23. South Carolina                      6
 25. Indiana                             5  26. Alabama                             4

1m Diving

Minnesota’s Sarah Bacon won the 1m diving title on Thursday night at the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships with 343.55 points. Bacon finished ahead of South Carolina’s Julia Vincent (333.50) and Nevada’s Sharae Zheng (325.25).

Bacon was not far off of the NCAA record of 361.55 by Stanford’s Cassidy Krug from the 2007 NCAA’s that will stand for one more year.

Texas’ defending champion Alison Gibson (320.65) finished in fourth.

Arizona State’s Frida Kaellgren (313.10), Arizona’s Delaney Schnell (307.30), Tennessee’s Rachel Rubadue (302.30) and Northwestern’s Olivia Rosendahl (295.50) also competed in the championship final.

This is the Golden Gophers’ second 1m title as Bacon joins Kelci Bryant from 2011 as NCAA champions in the event for Minnesota.

 Event 6  Women 1 mtr Diving
=========================================================================
         NCAA: N 361.55  3/2007    Cassidy Krug, Stanford
         Meet: C 361.55  3/2007    Cassidy Krug, Stanford
                 265.00  AUTO NCAA A Standard
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Sarah Bacon      SO Minnesota          339.75     343.50         20  
  2 Julia Vincent    SR SCAR               320.25     333.50         17  
  3 Sharae Zheng     SR Nevada             308.25     325.25         16  
  4 Alison Gibson    SO Texas              319.95     320.65         15  
  5 Frida Kaellgren  FR ASU                309.15     313.10         14  
  6 Delaney Schnell  FR Arizona            295.55     307.30         13  
  7 Rachel Rubadue   JR Tennessee          300.10     302.30         12  
  8 Olivia Rosendah  JR Northwestern       305.80     295.50         11
  Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 6                 
 
  1. Stanford                          171   2. California                        115
  3. Tennessee                       108.5   4. Michigan                           87
  5. Virginia                           86   6. Texas                              83
  7. Louisville                         69   8. Texas A&M                          65
  9. Arizona                            45  10. Minnesota                          42
 11. Ohio St                            40  12. Georgia                            39
 13. UNC                                25  14. Kentucky                           24
 15. South Carolina                     23  16. Wisconsin                          21
 17. Southern Cal                       20  18. NC State                           18
 18. Purdue                             18  20. Auburn                           16.5
 21. University of Nevada               16  22. Missouri                           15
 23. Arizona St                         14  24. Indiana                            12
 25. Northwestern                       11  25. Denver                             11
 27. Penn St                             9  27. Arkansas                            9
 29. Rutgers                             6  29. UCLA                                6
 31. Louisiana State University          5  32. Florida                             4
 32. Alabama                             4  34. University of Miami                 2

400 Medley Relay

For the fifth straight year, the Stanford Cardinal have won the 400 medley at the NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships. The Cardinal won the title with a new American and NCAA Record in the process at 3:25.09. Stanford remains undefeated in the swimming pool as the team has won every single swimming event through Thursday night.

Ally Howe (50.34), Kim Williams (58.59), Janet Hu (50.36) and Simone Manuel (45.80) broke the NCAA Record at 3:25.09 as they got everything they could handle from Indiana in the race, who placed second at 3:26.09. The Hoosiers were second thanks to Ally Rockett (51.31), Lilly King (56.02), Christie Jensen (51.13) and Kennedy Goss (47.63). King’s split is the fastest breaststroke split ever.

California (3:26.86), Louisville (3:26.93), Minnesota (3:28.34), Texas (3:30.61) and Texas A&M (3:30.80) placed in the top eight.

The top splits were from Howe, King, Noemie Thomas (50.25) and Mallory Comerford (45.74).

Tennessee was originally sixth with a 3:29.17, but was disqualified for their freestyle leg kicking on her back.

There were also some solid splits from Beata Nelson (49.83) and Louise Hansson (49.24) in the B-Final as Nelson swam backstroke and Hansson swam butterfly.

This is Stanford’s fifth straight NCAA title in the event as Howe and Hu have been on the last four of the winning relays. It is also Stanford’s 14th overall title in the event. They previously won the relay at NCAA’s in 1987, 1990-1993, 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2002.

 Event 7  Women 400 Yard Medley Relay
==================================================================================
         NCAA: N 3:25.15  2/24/2018 Stanford
                          A Howe, K Williams, J Hu, S Manuel
     American: A 3:25.15  2/24/2018 Stanford
                          A Howe, K Williams, J Hu, S Manuel
    U.S. Open: O 3:25.15  2/24/2018 Stanford
                          A Howe, K Williams, J Hu, S Manuel
         Meet: C 3:26.14  3/17/2016 Stanford
                          A Howe, S Haase, J Hu, L Neal
         Pool: P 3:27.81  2/15/2018 Indiana University
                          A Rockett, L King, C Jensen, G Haskett
                 3:32.67  AUTO NCAA A Standard
                 3:34.48  CONS NCAA B Standard
    School                        Prelims     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
                                === A - Final ===                                 
 
  1 Stanford                      3:27.58    3:25.09N        40  
     1) Ally Howe SR                  2) r:0.19 Kim Williams JR       
     3) r:0.29 Janet Hu SR            4) r:0.21 Simone Manuel SR      
    r:+0.68  24.45        50.34 (50.34)
        1:17.59 (27.25)     1:48.93 (58.59)
        2:11.82 (22.89)     2:39.29 (50.36)
        3:01.07 (21.78)     3:25.09 (45.80)
  2 Indiana                       3:28.19    3:26.09C        34  
     1) Ally Rockett SR               2) r:0.28 Lilly King JR         
     3) r:0.17 Christie Jensen JR     4) r:0.16 Kennedy Goss SR       
    r:+0.75  24.90        51.31 (51.31)
        1:17.19 (25.88)     1:47.33 (56.02)
        2:11.08 (23.75)     2:38.46 (51.13)
        3:01.31 (22.85)     3:26.09 (47.63)
  3 California                    3:30.25    3:26.86P        32  
     1) Kathleen Baker JR             2) r:0.31 Ali Harrison FR       
     3) r:0.17 Noemie Thomas SR       4) r:0.20 Abbey Weitzeil SO     
    r:+0.60  24.46        50.66 (50.66)
        1:17.96 (27.30)     1:49.55 (58.89)
        2:12.52 (22.97)     2:39.80 (50.25)
        3:01.81 (22.01)     3:26.86 (47.06)
  4 Louisville                    3:28.50    3:26.93P        30  
     1) Alina Kendzior JR             2) r:0.03 Mariia Astashkina FR  
     3) r:0.00 Grace Oglesby SO       4) r:0.11 Mallory Comerford JR  
    r:+0.66  25.06        52.11 (52.11)
        1:19.33 (27.22)     1:50.53 (58.42)
        2:14.10 (23.57)     2:41.19 (50.66)
        3:03.06 (21.87)     3:26.93 (45.74)
  5 Minnesota                     3:28.81    3:28.34         28  
     1) Tevyn Waddell SO              2) r:0.16 Lindsey Kozelsky SO   
     3) r:0.37 Danielle Nack SR       4) r:0.31 Zoe Avestruz JR       
    r:+0.65  25.01        51.76 (51.76)
        1:18.35 (26.59)     1:49.25 (57.49)
        2:12.74 (23.49)     2:40.58 (51.33)
        3:03.33 (22.75)     3:28.34 (47.76)
  6 Texas                         3:30.60    3:30.61         26  
     1) Claire Adams SO               2) r:0.19 Kennedy Lohman SO     
     3) r:0.17 Lauren Case SO         4) r:0.33 Rebecca Millard SR    
    r:+0.66  24.89        51.40 (51.40)
        1:19.01 (27.61)     1:50.62 (59.22)
        2:14.95 (24.33)     2:42.72 (52.10)
        3:05.59 (22.87)     3:30.61 (47.89)
  7 TAMU                          3:28.92    3:30.80         24  
     1) Lisa Bratton SR               2) r:0.20 Jorie Caneta SR       
     3) r:0.38 Jing Quah FR           4) r:0.38 Beryl Gastaldello SR  
    r:+0.68  25.38        52.01 (52.01)
        1:19.58 (27.57)     1:50.73 (58.72)
        2:14.76 (24.03)     2:42.99 (52.26)
        3:05.72 (22.73)     3:30.80 (47.81)
 -- Tennessee                     3:28.49         DQ        
      Stroke Infraction swimmer #4: Other - Misc
     1) Meghan Small SO               2) r:0.30 Katie Armitage SR     
     3) r:0.20 Maddie Banic JR        4) r:0.23 Stanzi Moseley SO     
    r:+0.72  24.76        51.43 (51.43)
        1:18.95 (27.52)     1:50.24 (58.81)
        2:13.26 (23.02)     2:41.67 (51.43)
        3:04.22 (22.55)          DQ (47.50)
      Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 7                      
 
  1. Stanford                          211   2. California                        147
  3. Texas                             109   4. Tennessee                       108.5
  5. Michigan                          101   6. Louisville                         99
  7. Texas A&M                          89   8. Virginia                           86
  9. Minnesota                          70  10. Indiana                            46
 11. Georgia                            45  11. Arizona                            45
 13. Ohio St                            40  14. Auburn                           34.5
 15. Wisconsin                          33  16. Kentucky                           32
 17. Southern Cal                       30  18. UNC                                25
 19. South Carolina                     23  20. Purdue                             18
 20. NC State                           18  22. University of Nevada               16
 23. Missouri                           15  24. Arizona St                         14
 25. Northwestern                       11  25. Denver                             11
 27. Arkansas                            9  27. Penn St                             9
 29. UCLA                                6  29. Rutgers                             6
 31. Louisiana State University          5  32. Alabama                             4
 32. Florida                             4  32. Virginia Tech                       4
 35. University of Miami                 2

1 comment

  1. avatar
    eric rhodes

    Does anyone know how much money Stanford “invests” in their swim team?