Stanford Women’s Swimming & Diving Rings in 2018 NCAA Championship Title

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Stanford Women’s Swimming & Diving found itself among countless honors this season – Pac-12 Swimmer, Rookie and Coach of the Year, an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship to Lindsey Engel, a Simone Manuel Honda Cup nomination, countless awards to Katie Ledecky and more. The team capped off their historic season with the distribution of their NCAA Championship rings on Oct. 1.

The Cardinal made a historic run at the NCAA title in March, capturing the victory by 220 points over runner-up California. In the process, Stanford became the third team in history to win all five relays at a single NCAA Championships. Arizona did it in 2008 and Georgia so in 2005. Stanford also won the most titles in a single NCAA meet with 13. The program is now amongst the talks of having the greatest women’s team of all-time.

In honor of the performance, the team received championship rings as displayed on multiple social media accounts:


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🏆💍 #GoStanford

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Ringing in the new school year 💍#nattychamps @stanfordwswim

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Put a ring on it 💍 #backtoback #nattychamps #sent #swomen

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You can relive all the action from the 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships here, and check out Swimming World’s predictions for the 2019 season which features four Stanford Cardinal swimmers.


  1. Pat Kennedy

    Congratulations to the entire team on a tremendous accomplishment.