For a sample PDF copy of the SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Women's NCAA Division I Championships Resource Package, click here.
PHOENIX, Arizona, March 4. FOR all of those consummate swimming fans out there, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com put in hours of research to compile the most complete resource package heading into the Women's NCAA Division I Championships held in Minneapolis, Minn., this week. This note package is available exclusively to our premium members.
One of the most exciting, and yet frustrating, things about following an NCAA championship as a fan or media member is that the meet has standing implications reaching farther than just the NCAA record book. USA Swimming's books are also impacted during an NCAA championship meet.
Therefore, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com brought together the best of not only the NCAA record book, but also USA Swimming's short course yard rankings.
Additionally, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com utilized its extensive records back to the first NCAA-recognized women's NCAA Division I Championships in held in Florida in 1982 to find another great nugget of information – the biggest and smallest margins of victory in each event.
The packet represents 25 years of information all boiled down to 22 pages with a single, easy to reference, page for each event as well as one for overall records.
For a PDF copy of the SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Women's NCAA Division I Championships Resource Package, click here.
Keep an eye out for a comparable package for the Men's NCAA Division I Championships as well.
Special thanks for Northwestern University's Doug Meffley for layout and design help with the project.