Swimming World Biweekly: Ella Eastin’s Elevation – NCAA Women Recap

Photo of Ella Eastin by Peter Bick

In this latest issue of the Swimming World Biweekly, you will find a wonderful photo gallery from the Women’s NCAA DI Swimming and Diving Championships along with all the top stories from that event, including Ella Eastin’s amazing 400IM.  You will love our other features and don’t miss our annual camp directory full of great summer camps throughout the United States.

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Swimming World Biweekly Feature Stories

008 2018 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP PHOTO GALLERY
by Peter H. Bick & Dan D’Addona

020 STUNNING DISBELIEF: ELLA EASTIN PRODUCES EPIC NCAA 400 IM
by David Rieder
Swimming the 400 IM next to Katie Ledecky is an experience that Ella Eastin calls “terrifying,” and it’s hard to blame her…

022 HOW MEGAN MORONEY RETURNED FROM THE DEPTHS OF INJURY AND DOUBT
by David Rieder
At the center of Virginia’s resurgent ninth-place finish at the women’s NCAA championships this week was Megan Moroney, who finished seventh in the 200 free and 10th in the 200 back…

024 ESSAYS, EDUCATION AND EXCELLENCE: THE CLASSROOM SIDE OF KATIE LEDECKY
by David Rieder
Jody Maxmin, a professor of art history at Stanford, remembers that Monday in late September 2016 when the tall but familiar-looking girl with wet hair walked into her classroom…

028 MALLORY COMERFORD AFFIRMS SPOT AMONG WORLD’S FINEST
by David Rieder
For more than a year, Mallory Comerford could seemingly do no wrong. In the year after her best finish at 2016 Olympic Trials was 12th, Comerford quickly became one of the best freestylers in the world…

030 THE BEAR IS GOLDEN: KATHLEEN BAKER BACK ON TOP
by David Rieder
Kathleen Baker’s week at the NCAA championships had been perfectly solid, but there was one key item missing from the ledger: an individual championship…

032 MICHIGAN CAPS STUNNING TURNAROUND WITH FIRST TROPHY IN 22 YEARS
by Dan D’Addona
Four years ago, the Michigan women’s swim program was at a crossroads. The women had just watched the Michigan men win the national championship the previous season, but in their meet, finished an unimpressive 22nd…

033 TEXAS A&M PUTS STAMP ON SOLID NCAAS WITH FOUR IN FINAL
by Dan D’Addona
It doesn’t happen very often, but it still wasn’t surprising for the Aggies. In fact, it was the goal. Texas A&M scored four swimmers in the finals of the 200 breaststroke — yes four — giving the Aggies half of the field.

034 SEEING CARDINAL RED: STANFORD OVERWHELMS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
by David Rieder
The time was shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday night — when Stanford was still two days away from becoming back-to-back national champions. Stanford senior Simone Manuel had given her team the lead in the 4×50 free relay…

038 OUR ANNUAL SWIM CAMP DIRECTORY

046 2018 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS FULL FINALS RECAP
by Andy Ross
The 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships was a historic one for the Stanford Cardinal as they grabbed their second straight team title with 593 points over second-place Cal.

054 CLAIRE TUGGLE STEALS THE SHOW AT 2018 NCSA JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Chandler Brandes
Claire Tuggle stole the show at the 2018 NCSA Junior National Championships in Orlando, Fla.

055 REECE WHITLEY NAMED TO YOUNG FUTURISTS LIST OF 2018
by Andy Ross
Swimming World Magazine high school swimmer of the year and Cal commit Reece Whitley was named to the Young Futurists list of 2018 by The Root staff.

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