The Stanford Stories That Won A NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

STANFORD broke seven American records and won ten events on the way to a 160.5-point victory to capture the 2017 NCAA DI Women Swimming and Diving Championships. Stories by David Rieder, Dan D’Addona, Andy Ross and the Swimming World Team. Photos by Peter Bick.

Here are the Winner and Their Stories

2017 NCAA Women’s Championships: Stanford Smashes 800 Relay Record

Stanford Breaks American and NCAA Record in 200 Free Relay

 

Katie Ledecky Blasts the American, NCAA Record in the 500 Free — Video Intervie

Simone Manuel Breaks NCAA Record, just misses American Record in 50 Free

Stanford Wins Fourth Straight 400 Medley Relay After Cal DQ — Video Interview

Ella Eastin Breaks Katie Ledecky’s American Record in 400 IM — Video Interviews

Katie Ledecky, Mallory Comerford Tie For 200 Freestyle Title — Video Interviews

Katie Ledecky Swims Second Fastest 1650 in History

Simone Manuel Obliterates 100 Free Records With First Swim Under 46

Ella Eastin Wins Second Event of the Meet in the 200 Fly

Final Team Scores –  1. Stanford 526.5 2. California 366 3. Texas A&M 292.5 4. Georgia 252.5 5. Texas 252 6. Louisville 194.5 7. NC State 194 8. Indiana 185 9. Southern Cali 176 10. Minnesota 168 11. Michigan 159 12. Virginia 149 13. Missouri 135 14. Kentucky 106 15. Wisconsin 98 16. Arizona 89.5 17. UNC 73 18. Auburn 55 19. Ohio St 52 20. UCLA 48 21. Northwestern 40 22. Tennessee 35 23. Purdue 33 24. Umbc (W) 30 25. Miami (Oh) 29 26. Iowa 26 27. Nevada 25 28. Florida St 24 29. Arizona St 22 30. Denver 20 31. Virginia Tech 18 32. Florida Int’l 16 33. Nebraska 15 34. Lsu 14 35. Cincinnati 12 36. Boise St 10 36. Penn St 10 38. South Carolina 8 39. Miami (Fl) 5 39. Air Force (W) 5 41. Pittsburgh 4 41. Florida Gulf 4 43. Alabama 3.5 44. Notre Dame 2 44. San Diego State University 2 44. Massachusetts 2 47. Duke 1 47. Drexel 1

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