Womens Swimming

Stanford 213, California 136

Date of competition: Thursday, March 16, 2017

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NCAA Championships
Thursday
Team leaders
1, Stanford 213
2, California 136
3, Texas 119
4, Georgia 112
5, Texas A&M 108
6, Louisville 93
7, Michigan 74
8, North Carolina State 71
9, USC 68
10, Indiana 61
200 free relay
1, California (Weitzeil, Murphy, Bilquist, Osman) 1:25.59
2, Stanford (Manuel, Neal, Hu, Howe) 1:25.91
3, Georgia (Smoliga, Burchill, Cameron, Van Langhem) 1:26.49
500 free
1, Katie Ledecky (Stanford) 4:24.06
2, Leah Smith (Virginia) 4:28.90
3, Kennedy Goss (Indiana) 4:36.13
9, Megan Byrnes (Stanford) 4:37.78
11, Leah Stevens (Stanford) 4:39.10
200 IM
1, Kathy Baker (Cal) 1:51.69
2, Ella Eastin (Stanford) 1:52.27
3, Madisyn Cox (Texas) 1:52.58
10, Ally Howe (Stanford) 1:54.82
50 free
1, Simone Manuel (Stanford) 21.17
2, Oliva Smoglia (Georgia) 21.27
3, Liz Li (Ohio State) 21.29
9, Lia Neal (Stanford) 21.65
1-meter diving
1, Alison Gibson (Texas) 332.60
2, Sarah Bacon (Minnesota) 326.50
3, Maria Polyakova (UCLA) 325.80
8, Kassidy Cook (Stanford) 305.65
400 medley relay
1, Stanford (Howe, Williams, Hu, Neal) 3:26.35
2, Texas A&M (Bratton, Caneta, Gibson, Gastaldello) 3:27.60
3, Texas (Karosas, Cox, Case, Millard) 3:27.74

posted by Rick on Mar 16, 2017 at 7:12 pm

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posted by Rick on Mar 16, 2017 at 7:38 pm

Video Ally Howe, Janet Hu talk about Thursday's races
 
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