2017 NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championships

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2017 NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championships
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Host city Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana
Date(s) March 16–18, 2017
Venue(s) Indiana University Natatorium
Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
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2018

The 2017 NCAA Women's Division I Swimming and Diving Championships were contested March 16–18, 2017 at the 36th annual NCAA-sanctioned swim meet to determine the team and individual national champions of Division I women's collegiate swimming and diving in the United States.

This year's events were hosted by Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana.[1]

Stanford had a dominating performance to win their first NCAA title since 1998, and their ninth overall (the most of any college swim team). They finished 160.5 points ahead of the second place performer, California.

Kathleen Baker of California was awarded the 2017 CSCAA (College Swimming Coaches Association of America) Swimmer of the Year with her wins in the 100 and 200 backstrokes, as well as an upset over favorite Ella Eastin in the 200 individual medley. She was also a part of four of Cal's relays, contributing the fastest backstroke legs on both of Cal's medley relays. She also led off the 800 free relay to a 2nd place finish, and was a part of Cal's 3rd place 400 free relay. Her leadoff in the 400 medley relay of 49.80 was an NCAA meet record, however, the relay was disqualified. [2]

Meanwhile, Greg Meehan of Stanford was awarded the 2017 CSCAA Division 1 Women's Coach of the Year. He led the Cardinal to a spectacular win, including individual wins from Simone Manuel, Katie Ledecky, and Ella Eastin. [3]

Team standings

  • Note: Top 10 only
  • (H) = Hosts
  • (DC) = Defending champions
  • Italics = Debut finish in the Top 10
  • Full results[4]
Rank Team Points
1st, gold medalist(s) Stanford 526.5
2nd, silver medalist(s) California 366
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Texas A&M 292.5
4 Georgia (DC) 252.5
5 Texas 252
6 Louisville 194.5
7 NC State 194
8 Indiana (H) 185
9 USC 176
10 Minnesota 168

Swimming Results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 freestyle Simone Manuel
Stanford
21.17 Olivia Smoliga
Georgia
21.27 Liz Li
Ohio State
21.29
100 freestyle Simone Manuel
Stanford
45.56 Olivia Smoliga
Georgia
46.30 Mallory Comerford
Louisville
46.35
200 freestyle Katie Ledecky
Stanford
Mallory Comerford
Louisville
1:40.36 None awarded Simone Manuel
Stanford
1:40.70
500 freestyle Katie Ledecky
Stanford
4:24.06 Leah Smith
Virginia
4:28.90 Kennedy Goss
Indiana
4:36.13
1650 freestyle Katie Ledecky
Stanford
15:07.70 Leah Smith
Virginia
15:28.89 Megan Byrnes
Stanford
15:50.87
100 backstroke Kathleen Baker
California
49.84 Olivia Smoliga
Georgia
50.04 Hannah Stevens
Missouri
50.57
200 backstroke Kathleen Baker
California
1:48.44 Alexia Zevnik
NC State
1:49.09 Asia Seidt
Kentucky
1:49.63
100 breaststroke Lilly King
Indiana
56.71 Lindsey Horejsi
Minnesota
58.03 Laura Simon
Virginia
58.20
200 breaststroke Lilly King
Indiana
2:03.18 Kierra Smith
Minnesota
2:03.55 Emily Escobedo
UMBC
2:05.20
100 butterfly Farida Osman
California
50.05 Hellen Moffitt
UNC
50.37 Louise Hansson
USC
50.45
200 butterfly Ella Eastin
Stanford
1:51.35 Katie McLaughlin
California
1:52.37 Jen Marrkand
Virginia
1:53.15
200 IM Kathleen Baker
California
1:51.69 Ella Eastin
Stanford
1:52.27 Madisyn Cox
Texas
1:52.58
400 IM Ella Eastin
Stanford
3:57.57 Sydney Pickrem
Texas A&M
3:59.46 Madisyn Cox
Texas
4:00.97
200 freestyle relay California
Abbey Weitzeil (21.59)
Maddie Murphy (21.83)
Amy Bilquist (21.26)
Farida Osman (20.91)
1:25.59 Stanford
Simone Manuel (21.47)
Lia Neal (21.35)
Janet Hu (21.80)
Ally Howe (21.29)
1:25.91 Georgia
Olivia Smoliga (21.32)
Veronica Burchill (21.74)
Emily Cameron (22.19)
Chantal Van Landeghem (21.24)
1:26.49
400 freestyle relay Stanford
Simone Manuel (46.02)
Katie Ledecky (47.59)
Janet Hu (47.63)
Lia Neal (46.37)
3:07.61 Georgia
Olivia Smoliga (46.70)
Veronica Burchill (47.42)
Meaghan Raab (48.12)
Chantal Van Landeghem (46.73)
3:08.97 California
Amy Bilquist (47.55)
Kathleen Baker (47.72)
Abbey Weitzeil (46.93)
Farida Osman (46.88)
3:09.08
800 freestyle relay Stanford
Simone Manuel (1:41.41)
Lia Neal (1:42.15)
Ella Eastin (1:41.89)
Katie Ledecky (1:40.46)
6:45.91 California
Kathleen Baker (1:42.66)
Kristen Vredeveld (1:43.97)
Katie McLaughlin (1:42.08)
Amy Bilquist (1:42.71)
6:51.42 Michigan
Gabby Deloof (1:43.27)
Rose Bi (1:43.97)
Siobhan Haughey (1:41.81)
G Ryan (1:44.58)
6:53.63
200 medley relay California
Kathleen Baker (23.62)
Abbey Weitzel (26.67)
Noemie Thomas (22.70)
Farida Osman (21.11)
1:34.10 Texas A&M
Beryl Gastaldello (23.85)
Jorie Caneta (26.40)
Sarah Gibson (22.43)
Kristen Malone (22.17)
1:34.85 Stanford
Ally Howe (24.08)
Kim Williams (27.12)
Janet Hu (22.75)
Simone Manuel (20.95)
1:34.90
400 medley relay Stanford
Ally Howe (51.42)
Kim Williams (58.51)
Janet Hu (50.27)
Lia Neal (46.15)
3:26.35 Texas A&M
Lisa Bratton (51.60)
Jorie Caneta (58.60)
Sarah Gibson (50.28)
Beryl Gastaldello (47.12)
3:27.60 Texas
Tasija Karosas (50.83)
Madisyn Cox (58.30)
Lauren Case (51.72)
Rebecca Millard (46.89)
3:27.74

Diving Results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m diving Alison Gibson
Texas
332.60 Sarah Bacon
Minnesota
326.50 Maria Polyakova
UCLA
325.80
3 m diving Yu Zhou
Minnesota
392.75 Pei Lin
Miami (OH)
383.50 Kassidy Cook
Stanford
372.30
Platform diving Olivia Rosendahl
Northwestern
335.30 Jessica Parrato
Indiana
314.45 Rebecca Quesnel
Florida International
302.35

See also

References

  1. ^ "2014-2018 NCAA Championship Sites". NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved February 26, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Kathleen Baker Earns CSCAA Swimmer of the Year at 2017 W. NCAAs". SwimSwam. swimswam.com. Retrieved August 19, 2017. 
  3. ^ "Greg Meehan Named 2017 CSCAA Division 1 Women's Coach of the Year". SwimSwam. swimswam.com. Retrieved August 19, 2017. 
  4. ^ "NCAA Women's Division I Swimming and Diving Championship" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved March 3, 2017. 
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