Swimming World Presents Dawg Daze Georgias Amazing Finish At The NCAA Championships

Swimming World Presents Dawg Daze Georgias Amazing Finish At The NCAA Championships

On paper, Georgia looked to finish no better than fourth place, 100 points behind Cal, last year’s women’s NCAA champs. However, in the pool, the competition was quickly bedazzled by the Bulldogs’ brilliance, as Coach Jack Bauerle’s bunch won their seventh national title.

The 2016 NCAA Division I Championships displayed a ferocious group of freshman who jumped to the top of the podium in a variety of events. Stanford’s Ella Eastin seized decisive victories in both the 200 (1:51.65) and 400 (3:58.40) IM’s, while Lilly King of Indiana University owned the 100 (56.85) and 200 (2:03.59) breaststroke in American and NCAA record fashion.

To read more about the 2016 NCAA Division I Championships and features on some of the outstanding swims check out the May issue of Swimming World, available now!

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